Our sensational little Spaniard Santi Cazorla has been an enigma ever since he joined the club from Malaga in 2012, with nobody quite able to work out whether he was left or right-footed.
The question has finally been put to bed however, with the diminutive midfielder revealing which foot he favours during an interview with Arsenal TV.
Cazorla has always been fantastic with both feet, and can be seen scoring and assisting with regularity – regardless of which foot he uses.
Despite looking to be ambidextrous at times though, the 30-year-old claims he has always been more comfortable with his right foot. He may have been favouring his left more recently due to an injury, but he insists that he would class himself as a right-footer.
“For me I always say right foot,” Cazorla told Arsenal TV.
- [Team news] Arsenal line up vs Wolves – Arteta’s dilemma with three out
- [Player ratings] Molde 0-3 Arsenal – Balogun scores as Gunners cruise
- Arteta reveals contract talks for starlet who’s part of Arsenal’s ‘DNA’
“Now maybe the left foot is good, because last year I had a problem in my ankle in right foot, but for me always was better right foot.”
Check out the full interview below:
Cazorla has been superb this season, and has arguably been one of our most consistent performers. Hopefully he can keep up his fine form heading into the tail end of the campaign, as we could do with a bit of his magic in the FA Cup final once again.