Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta admits he has decisions to make over his team as they prepare to face Manchester United.
The Spaniard named a much-changed line-up for the Europa League clash with Dundalk though his side were comfortable.
Three goals across four minutes saw the Gunners win 3-0 with Joe Willock impressing in north London.
Willock is yet to make a Premier League appearance though scored and was arguably Arsenal’s man of the match on the night.
Arsenal attentions now turn to Sunday’s clash at Old Trafford with Arteta admitting he has a selection headache.
Arteta told BT Sport: “We have a large squad and I wanted to give opportunities to everybody.
“Today they showed they were prepared when I need them and today they made it more difficult me for selection.
"Sometimes it is about the quality, sometimes it is about the tactical plan for the game. I am very pleased with the performance today.
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"We missed Willian the last couple of weeks, he had a very short pre-season. He needs that bit of rhythm. He looked good today, great to get some minutes in his legs.
"After losing the way we lost against Leicester it was painful. It took is a few days to react but good to respond straight away with a win and now we go to Old Trafford and try to win again."
Willock is determined to keep fighting as he looks for an opportunity under Arteta.
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The goalscorer said: "I am grateful to play for this team, to start from the beginning makes me happy and a proud moment for my family. Happy for the team and happy to score as well.
"He [Mikel Arteta] just told me to keep working hard. I told him I want to fight for my position and hopefully I will get an opportunity again."
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