The positive atmosphere in the stands is what Arteta has been aiming for since replacing Emery.
However, the Spanish manager understands that there is still a long way to go and Arsenal must continue to improve in all aspects.
“We can still improve a lot,” Arteta insisted after the win over Bournemouth.
“Now we’re looking forward to the next training session and getting a lot better.
The focus will be on the game against Fulham on Saturday.”
Still with manager Mikel Arteta, over the course of a year, from all losses and the team through the first three games of last season, Arsenal now win and hold the top of the Premier League.
12 months ago, losing streaks to Brentford 0-2, Chelsea 0-2 and Man City 0-5 soon engulfed Arsenal to the bottom.
They suffered a lot of ridicule, especially after a jubilant summer of shopping.
Coach Arteta himself was under tremendous pressure, and faced a wave of demands for dismissal from fans.