Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo believes he is learning from the best after his summer move to Emirates Stadium from Auxerre.
The 20-year-old, who arrived on a free transfer, has made two substitute appearances for the Gunners so far, in the victories over Fulham and Fenerbahce.
And the France Under-21 international is prepared to be patient as he adapts to life in the Premier League under the guidance of Arsene Wenger.
Sanogo told le10sport: "I know my time will come. I am patient and I am working hard every day. I tell myself that I'm only 20, I have to keep working to gain experience.
"I have been with Arsenal for two months now and I am adapting well to England and starting to get my bearings.
"In training, there are only great players, so you can only move forward.
"Arsenal is a great club, but even if I am only a small part of it I am a player like all the others. I have two eyes and two feet like them."