Jonas Eidevall believes Arsenal nonetheless have work to do to fulfil their potential forward of their Women’s Champions League match in opposition to Zurich on Thursday.
The Gunners surprised present European champions Lyon of their first group recreation, profitable 5-1 in France – a far cry from their heavy defeats (4-0 and 4-1) by the hands of Barcelona final season.
Arsenal solely simply certified from their group final season, ending above Hoffenheim on objective distinction alone, however had been then knocked out on the quarter-final stage by Wolfsburg.
And regardless of their sudden victory in Lyon, Eidevall believes there may be nonetheless arduous work to be achieved within the upcoming matches.
“For us to play one really good game away to Lyon and get a great result to start speaking about us winning the whole competition, I don’t like that,” he instructed the membership’s web site.
“I don’t think that’s humble enough. That’s not where we come from.
“We’re still at a place where we know we’re a very good football team but we need to work extremely hard to develop in order to fulfil our potential as a team.
“That power and obligation from history, we know that there are so many great football players and managers that has put our club in the position it is in today.
“And we are so determined to try and leave this club in an even better place than we came to it.”
Arsenal stay the one English group to have lifted the Women’s Champions League, after they received the treble again in 2007.
Eidevall, nevertheless, doesn’t wish to take into consideration Arsenal’s probabilities within the event as an entire, however as an alternative on every match because it comes.
“We try to apply ourselves as good as possible for every game. To make things really simple, that’s what we do,” he added.
“And then what potential ceilings do we have? Well we’ll have to find out.
“But if we do 100 per cent both in preparation and execution, we don’t have to regret anything. And I think when you do that, nights like that can happen in Lyon.”