Arsenal left-back Kieran Gibbs has revealed he is hoping to add more attacking flair into his game as the side continue to fly in the Premier League and Champions League.

Gibbs was rested last night as the Gunners defeated Marseille 2-0 to keep their position at the top of the Champions League's so-called 'Group of Death' but the England international has been an integral part of the side's push for top spot in the Premier League table this season.

Their defensive improvements from recent seasons have been obvious but the 24 year old claims he wants to widen his skills to include the ability to attack more often.

"I think this year I've moved up a level," he told the Matchday Program. "I've stayed fit and finally shown what I can do.

"There's still a lot more I want to do though, especially offensively.

"Even on Saturday [against Southampton], I felt like I could have created more trouble for the opposition in the final third. I want to add more assists and even goals too.

"We play a certain way which enables me to get involved in the attack. But overall I'm happy and I just want to keep progressing and improving."

If Gibbs can improve his versatility he will be even more useful to Arsene Wenger, who has used the former Gunners youth player on 18 occasions so far this season.

Becoming a goal-threat from left-back would certainly be a major bonus for Wenger who tends to use just one forward in his team and relies heavily on goals from other areas.

In fact Gibbs has managed to score just one league goal for the Gunners in his 73 Premier League appearances and is seemingly determined to change this statistic.