Aaron Ramsey was happy with how Arsenal sealed three points at Cardiff.
The Welshman labelled the 3-2 win over The Bluebirds on Sunday as a 'massive' one, adding the Gunners took 'full advantage' of the homeside's weaknesses.
He said as arsenal.com quoted: "It’s just massive. We wanted to take full advantage of the opportunity that we had today and we did that. We had a difficult start against Manchester City and Chelsea but we’ve got six points now. We knew it was always going to be difficult here. The crowd is superb and they get right behind their team. If they have any chance, you can really feel the atmosphere. We did well in the end to overcome that."
And on getting to grips with Unai Emery’s demands, he said: "Of course. We know it’s going to be a process and hopefully we’ll improve in every game to get stronger and stronger as the season goes on. We’ve done well after the tough start that we’ve had, so hopefully now we can come back from international duty and kick on."
Ramsey, who is yet to commit the peak years of his career to the Gunners with less than a year remaining on his current deal, also spoke about what it was like returning to former club Cardiff: "It’s always emotional. I love coming back here, playing on this pitch in front of those fans. This is where I was brought up and given the opportunity to play football, so I’m very grateful for that opportunity and it was a pleasure to come back again."