Aaron Ramsey believes that he has finally figured the trick to playing well and also scoring goals in the process.
The Welshman was in brilliant form last season for the Gunners but a mid season injury scuppered his progress and put an end to Arsenal's brilliant start to the campaign.
The Gunners had spent more than four months on top of the league table but Ramsey's absence along with the likes of Mesut Ozil, who was afflicted with a knee injury, took their season off course.
Ramsey came back strongly this season, scoring in the Community Shield and also in the Gunners' first two games but found goals hard to come by in the later fixtures, before succumbing to injury yet again.
The Welshman was accused of trying too hard to score at times, for which he neglected his defensive duties, something he claims to have addressed in the last few matches.
Ramsey assisted two goals in Arsenal's 4-1 win over Liverpool and also played a major part in breaking up the play and pressing the opposition into their own half.
On forcing himself in front of goal, Ramsey told Arsenal's official website, "That was probably what I was guilty of at the beginning of the season where I got off to a good start and then the goals dried up a bit.
"Then I started focusing too much on how to score, putting too much power on the ball when I should have just let it happen naturally. It's nice when you don't really think about it too much and just do it.
"Throughout this season I've had injuries and it's taken me a couple of games to get back into it. With my style of play, I like to get up and down the pitch, that's why it takes me a couple of games to get back into it, to get my fitness up again.
"When I've been out for that period of time and getting back into it, it's quite challenging for me physically and that tires you out in certain things like your decision-making. It's important for me to get a couple of games in so that I feel I'm ready to go then," he concluded.