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Arsenal ace discusses partnership with Jack Wilshere

07:25 19 November 2012

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Arsenal's Jack Wilshere in action against QPR. Photo: Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport

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Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla is enjoying his new partnership with Jack Wilshere.

The £15million arrival from Malaga was on song against Tottenham but paid tribute to his highly-rated team-mate.

“Jack has a quality that everyone knows about, and he is a crucial player for us,” he said.

“Every day, he gets better and playing with him gets easier every day, as he improves his level and finds his fitness again.

“We have to be patient but he will keep on improving.

“I am starting to understand Jack a little bit more but that is the same with all of my team-mates. We are getting better with every game.”

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