"I'm very pleased Alex has signed a new contract with us", said Emery.
"It's always been my childhood dream to represent Arsenal, from young", Iwobi told Arsenal media during his signing presentation.
"To get an extended contract is an incredible feeling and I hope I'm doing the Arsenal family proud", Iwobi said.
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They were going to mail it to him Saturday. "Many of you may be wondering why we're here instead of Canton", Owens said. His friend, whom he referred to as Dave Brown and who also is friends with Lewis, brought it from Canton.
There's always going to be pressure in football and it's always fantastic for young "kids, especially at Hale End to look up to me, so I'll try and continue to make them proud".
He joined Arsenal when he was under 6 years of age and has been at the club for 16 years.
The news of Alex Iwobi signing a new deal might come as bad news to the Arsenal supporters who thought that Unai Emery was interested in Barcelona star Ousmane Dembele because he didn't trust the Nigerian global but the youngster getting a new deal shows that he has support from the coach.
Speaking to Arsenal Player, Iwobi hailed the "amazing feeling" after signing the extension.
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That part I was very positive about but I made a couple of mistakes there at 11 and 12 that ended up costing me the chance of winning the tournament.
Iwobi is set to be one of the key substitutes, and the Nigerian will look to impose his authority on an Arsenal team that is short of wide attacking options.
These are exciting times for Wolves as they gear up for their first season back in the Premier League since 2012 and they are still looking to strengthen their squad if newspaper reports on Sunday are to be believed.
Iwobi made his senior team debut in 2015 and since then, has appeared 98 times, finding the net only nine times.
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