Eddie Nketiah has scored four goals in four games since coming into the Arsenal team in place of Gabriel Jesus

Eddie Nketiah is dreaming of continuing his rich vein of goalscoring form when Arsenal face Tottenham in the north London derby, live on Sky Sports on Sunday.

Academy product Nketiah has scored four times in four games for the Premier League leaders since Gabriel Jesus was ruled out with a knee injury and he is eager to add to his tally with a first senior goal against Spurs at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

“It would mean everything,” he said in an exclusive interview with Sky Sports’ Geoff Shreeves ahead of the game. “Me and my family, and most of my friends as well, we’re all Arsenal fans.

Eddie Nketiah is dreaming of continuing his rich vein of goalscoring form when Arsenal face Tottenham in the north London derby, live on Sky Sports on Sunday.

Academy product Nketiah has scored four times in four games for the Premier League leaders since Gabriel Jesus was ruled out with a knee injury and he is eager to add to his tally with a first senior goal against Spurs at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

“It would mean everything,” he said in an exclusive interview with Sky Sports’ Geoff Shreeves ahead of the game. “Me and my family, and most of my friends as well, we’re all Arsenal fans.

“Of course, I’m going to give everything for myself, for the fans, for my family, to get those three points. If I can score as well, that would be an amazing feeling.

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