Arsenal striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, has warned Manchester United that his best form is yet to come.
Aubameyang scored twice in the North London Derby victory over Tottenham and will hope to enjoy more success against Jose Mourinho’s United on Wednesday night.
The 29-year-old’s brace against Spurs saw him become the outright top goalscorer in the Premier League this season with 10 goals.
“I think I’m not at my 100 per cent, but it is coming. It’s coming.
“Against Tottenham, I felt very good on the pitch and I am really happy. But my best form is coming,” the Gabon international said, according to the UK Metro.
Manchester City duo, Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling and Tottenham’s Harry Kane are just two goals behind Aubameyang in the Golden Boot race.
But Aubameyang believes he is just as good as the Premier League’s elite strikers, adding that: “I hope I’m at the same level [as Kane, Aguero and Salah] and I think so, yes.
“It’s early in the season. We have good strikers in the Premier League, so it will be tough [to finish as top scorer].
“But I’m happy we won yesterday. The most important thing is the team. It’s the best league in the world so it’s a great challenge for me.”