Kieran Tierney is yet to play for Arsenal in the Premier League since signing from Celtic in the summer, but has already stolen the hearts of Gunners fans with a number of impressive performances in the Carabao Cup.
The flying left-back has now opened up on life in the English capital, and what he will deliver once he finally takes to the pitch for a league game.
The Scotland international was asked about his approach to the game by the official Arsenal website: "I just give 100 per cent, that is all I can do.
"It is the only goal I set for myself and I would be doing my family an injustice and the club an injustice if I didn’t give 100 per cent.
"I am just going to bring myself. I don’t compare myself to anybody else. As I said, I work 100 per cent every day. If it is good enough, it is good enough. If not, it’s not for a lack of trying."
Tierney also spoke about what life in London is like, and how he has settled since moving to Arsenal.
"It is a massive change for me here. I was a home boy, I always stayed with my parents, and I’ve come down here to a different country, a massive city. But so far everybody at the club has helped me settle and I am very grateful for that.
"People say what's the city like? I have no idea, I’ve never been in. I train, I work hard, I go home and recover and train the next day.
"It is just a simple life and I just put everything into football and all I can to just try to reap the rewards."