Suarez pushing for Arsenal start after impressing Emery

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Unai Emery admits Arsenal have no excuse for failing to improve their wretched away record when they face lowly Huddersfield on Saturday.

Arsenal suffered 3-1 defeat against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday in the Premier League.

And after another week of getting to know his new surroundings, Emery hopes Suarez can become an important part in Arsenal's squad going forward.

"The first day last week was adaption to us and also with 25 minutes against Manchester City", Emery added.

"This week he worked Monday with our coaches and also yesterday".

'Then he can show in the next matches how he can help us, better than in the first match against Manchester City'.

Emery's men have also lost their last three Premier League away games and have not recorded a win on the road since beating Bournemouth in November previous year.

"These matches are hard and they are playing for the possibility to continue in the Premier League", he said.

"Then it's how we are doing away, at home".

"One month ago we were in the same situation but it's not easy".

His inconsistent performances and struggles with fitness this term are understood to have convinced Emery that letting him go in the next transfer window is the best option, though the Gunners will likely have to accept a reduced fee for the German worldwide. We started very well away, changing our mentality to get more points away.

The team travels to bottom-placed Huddersfield on Saturday who have netted only 13 goals in their 25 games so far. After that, we know we can win.

According to the Macclesfield Town manager, Arsenal boss Unai Emery needs at least two to three transfer windows to turn things around at the club. We've won with three and we've won with two.

"For us as well, away games have been a challenge and each match is a new challenge".

"But the problem is, they can't get the players available". I want to do the same against Huddersfield. "If we can not, it's different".

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