“Just like Chelsea have done. The kids are there at all these clubs, just give them the chance to play.”
Asked if Saka will continue to add more goals to his game, Arteta said after the win over Wolves: “Hopefully yes. He has the ability to do that.
“He’s very neat when he gets in the opponents’ box whether it’s to produce an assist or finish a move.
“I think the move was really good as well, he was in the right spot at the right moment. A very important goal.
“In the first half he struggled in some moments, he started to understand it better after 20 minutes I think.
“He scored a really good goal but what I liked about him was when things aren’t going for him the way he keeps trying and trying instead of putting his head down and being disappointed.”
Arsenal’s win at Wolves was their first win away from home against a team above them in the table since September 2015.