Patrick Vieira praised Mikel Arteta’s effect on Arsenal, stating the gaffer had attracted back energy into the club.

Arteta has been commended since taking the helm in December this past year, having lost only two of 15 matches in charge.

Former Arsenal captain Vieira, that had been also connected to the job, hailed Arteta because of his job up to now in Emirates Stadium.

“When you are a Gunner, constantly a Gunner, therefore I am seeing them all the time, I see their matches,” that the wonderful head trainer advised Ian Wright in an interview with Adidas.

“What’s really intriguing with Arteta is that he brings back the energy and it seems as though they are playing to the team, but also for the director too, and I believe that’s actually important.”

Vieira was at the helm of Fine since 2018 and has been connected with a return to Arsenal later Unai Emery was sacked last year.

The Frenchman said he wished to handle a major club, but he’s pleased at Nice.

“I truly don’t understand what the future is going to be, but performing so job it had been like being a participant,” Vieira said.

“I wanted to play within a high degree, I wanted to play with the national group, I wished to visit the World Cup, ” I wanted to play the top players and there’s absolutely not any uncertainty for a trainer I have exactly the identical type of ambition.

“I’d want to handle a group which will have an opportunity to win the Champions League, to perform with the Champions League contest.

“But in the present time, frankly, here at Nice I’m in the best location, ideal place because I could fulfill my aspirations, the club is actually ambitious and also the club give me the resources to develop as a supervisor, but for part of a winning team and to perform excellent contests too.

“The group is growing up very fast, very fast and I can get my aspirations using OGC Nice.”

Vieira transferred from Milan to Arsenal in 1996, spending another nine years in the club, using a decoration haul which contains three Premier League titles and three FA Cups.