Arsenal defender Calum Chambers is convinced their goalless draw with Everton on Saturday was a fair result.
The 24-year-old made his 100th appearance for the Gunners in their Premier League tie against the Toffees at Goodison Park.
This was Arsenal’s first clean sheet since their win over Bournemouth in October and following the match, Chambers said it was a game to remember.
Speaking on his 100th Arsenal appearance, he said as the club’s official website reported: "It's always nice to get a clean sheet and my 100th appearance is a proud moment for me. I'm a bit disappointed we didn't get the win but there's a lot of good to take from that game. I think there's also things we can improve on but it's a good building block for us."
When asked if the draw was a fair result, he replied: "Yeah I believe so. We created chances and defended well as a team as well. I'm a bit gutted we didn't come away with the win but I'll take a clean sheet."
On how he feels about Mikel Arteta's appointment: "Excited. I think everyone's excited. Freddie's been really good. He's been getting his messages across. Mikel came yesterday and gave us a talk before the game so everyone's really excited to work with him."