Ex-Arsenal youngster Thomas Eisfeld says Arsene Wenger's coaching philosophy sees him rarely correct mistakes his players make in training sessions.

Eisfeld was offloaded by the Gunners during the summer of 2014, joining Championship side and fellow London club Fulham, after making just two appearances in as many years for the Emirates Stadium club.

But even during such a short space of time, the 22-year-old was exposed to Wenger's coaching style and says he never intervenes during Arsenal training, instead preferring to speak to players afterwards.

"Arsenal stands for a certain kind of football," he told Goal.com. "Arsene Wenger has formed the club, he emphasises the beauty of the game.

"If you play a long ball in training you would get some words - even from the other players. He [Wenger] is very quiet, doesn't talk much. During training sessions he rarely corrects something.

"Only after having finished he will talk to you, two or three sentences. And that is what you remember for a long time. In general, he is a person everybody respects, absolutely."

Eisfeld left Fulham during the January transfer window, moving back to his homeland and joining Bochum in the second tier of German football, where he has made four appearances – scoring once and being sent off in the recent draw with FSV Frankfurt.

Despite his uncertain spell in English football, Eisfeld does not regret the experience and says he would do the whole proves again if he had the chance.

"If you get an offer from Arsenal, you don't decline it as a young player," he added. "The club is a world club, regularly playing in the Champions League.

"[I would sign] right away. You learn so much. The level at training is crazy high. There are several players who are internationals competing for the positions. There's so much to learn for a young player."