More has perhaps been expected of a player who cost the Gunners a fee in the region of €50million five years ago, and Emery has promised to make the most of the World Cup winner's natural ability.
"I like also for my team to score a lot".
High flying Arsenal resume their Premier League campaign following the worldwide break on Sunday afternoon when they head to the Vitality Stadium to take on AFC Bournemouth, and they will be missing four players when they do so.
"And with Mesut, a big player, we need to continue working to hold that high level of quality in each match".
Arsenal head to Bournemouth looking to win there for the first time in three seasons, after a 2-1 defeat last term followed a 3-3 draw in the previous campaign.
"I told the players "we are starting at ground zero". Lucas Torreira and Granit Xhaka will look to boss midfield, while Alex Iwobi and Henrikh Mkhitaryan support Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
"The club wants to return to Europe's top club competition which is the Champions League, and we have two opportunities by which to do that - one is the Premier League, and the other is the Europa League, because obviously, you qualify by winning that competition. I am knowing every day, the competition better".
"We are in that process: create an idea, a style, be competitive".
"But we need also to arrive with the ball in the opposition box with the right balance for recovery for when we lose the ball". "I think they've found it, because Emery is a victor". We are improving things. I want to be demanding of myself, the team and the club. Two years later, they were playing in the final of the Champions League.
"Money has changed everything". Kolasinac has come in for most of the criticism, while Petr Cech has been replaced by Bernd Leo in goal.
TV channel: Coverage starts on Sky Sports Premier League at 12.30pm.