Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has urged Jack Wilshere to emulate Aaron Ramsey's form for the Gunners.
The England international scored twice during the north London club's 2-0 win over Marseille in the Champions League fixture at the Emirates on Tuesday. The win over the Ligue 1 club have seen Arsenal edge closer to qualify for the knockout stages as they sit on top of Group F.
The Gunners have 12 points from five games and need a point to secure a top spot in the Group F in their final fixture against third place Napoli. Ramsey has been the star player for Arsenal this season and the French manager has challenged Wilshere to improve his goal scoring record.
"He is starting to think, 'what Aaron Ramsey can do, I can do'. You can see [against Marseille] that he is free to move in from his position on the flank and he does that in an intelligent way," Wenger said.
"He [Wilshere] is coming back to a good level now. You could see that on Saturday [against Southampton] and again in this game. He has started to score goals and I like what I see from him in this game."
"What is most important in a good football team is that many players can score and that many players can get chances. This time it was him [Wilshere] and another time it will be someone else," he added.
Meanwhile, the midfielder is delighted with his performance against Marseille. Injury and poor form had seen him lose a place in the starting lineup this season and Wilshere admitted that he is looking to score 10 goals for the Gunners this season.
"I played 90 minutes on Saturday, 75 minutes tonight and I'm feeling good at the moment, I'm feeling fit. I set myself a target of 10 goals [for the season] and I have four now, so hopefully I get there," Wilshere told ITV Sport.
"Overall it was a great win against a good Marseille side. We created a lot of chances tonight, we played great. We and this was a good win at home. We got in behind them, got the two goals and we are happy with a win."