Arsenal forward Andrey Arshavin says there is still much more to come from him, despite his four-goal show at Anfield on Tuesday. The Russian has made an impressive start to life in the Premier League following his arrival from from Zenit St Petersburg at the beginning of February. And having netted in Arsenal's wins against Blackburn and Wigan, the 27-year-old made it six goals in eight league outings for Arsene Wenger's side after netting all four in the Gunners' breathtaking 4-4 draw with Liverpool.
However, the playmaker insists he is still far from being accustomed to the pace and style of English football, and that there is far more to come from him in an Arsenal shirt. "I do not think I have adapted yet because in the first half [at Anfield] I was quiet, except for the one moment when I scored," he said. "It is difficult, but I will try. I need time. I am a new player, I have to go through pre-season and then everything will be better. "I had only scored a hat-trick twice in my career. I feel good, but also disappointed because we did not get the victory.
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