It has been reported that Danny Welbeck has no qualms if Arsenal buy another striker this summer.
Welbeck, signed from Manchester United in a £16million deal on deadline day in September 2014, is relishing the challenge of pushing the likes of England team-mate Theo Walcott and French frontman Olivier Giroud in spearheading the Arsenal attack.
“Competition is healthy, it is good and gives the manager a selection headache, which is the best for the team for us to drive forwards and keep improving,” said Welbeck, who was often deployed out wide during his closing spell at United.
“With the selection of players the manager has got now, you can use players in different styles and positions which is only going to help the squad going forwards.
“I am sure that when anyone is called upon, they are going to give 100% to try to stay in the team for the next game.
“Wherever you play on the pitch, whether it be the left, on the right or down the middle, you are going to give you best for the team.
“I know I definitely have more levels to go, and I am really looking forwards to doing that next season.”