Former Arsenal winger Jeremie Aliadiere has urged his fellow French player Matteo Guendouzi that he needs to grow up as an human being if he really wants play under Mikel Arteta.
Guendouzi has fell under the pecking order under Arteta due to his recent behaviour towards the Spanish manager.
In an interview with GOAL, Aliadiere explains what Guendouzi needs to do for him to get the chance he really deserves under Arteta.
"Listen, I'm a big fan of the guy, He's like my little brother and I always told him that Arsenal would be a very good team for his development as a player and as a human being," he said.
"He took my advice and came to the club, but I just feel Matteo hasn't grown up as a human being yet. He's grown up as a player, he's matured massively as a player and every year he gets better.
"But unfortunately as a man, he hasn't grown and matured as much as I thought he would by joining Arsenal. I think that's what he's missing and that's why he's not playing as much under Mikel [Arteta] because Mikel is not really up for that.
"He wants players who are going to do a job for the team and do what they ask him to do. If they are not happy to do that, then he will have someone else do it for him."