"I don't like..." - William Saliba reveals one issue he's faced with Arsenal teammate Rob Holding
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Arsenal defender William Saliba has opened up on the dressing room issue he has with teammate Rob Holding.
There have been multiple factors behind their success, most notably the form of key players and the role of Mikel Arteta.
The likes of Martin Odegaard and Bukayo Saka have enjoyed career-best seasons, while Arteta has managed to get his ideas across to the group after a few bumpy campaigns.
New squad members have reinforced Arteta's side, particularly defenders William Saliba and Oleksandr Zinchenko.
Saliba - who spent the previous few seasons on loan at Marseille - looks like he has played for the Gunners for years, while Zinchenko has brought quality and a winning mentality he developed at Manchester City.
What's also noticeable about Arsenal this season compared to previous campaigns is the unity between the players. Everyone appears to get on and fight for each other, and that all starts with having good relationships off the field.
Music and football are intrinsically linked, and who gets to control the dressing room playlist on a match day is always a bone of contention between footballers.
In a recent interview with StadiumAstro, Saliba was asked who is the DJ in the Arsenal squad.
"[Rob] Holding, but sometimes I don't like his music," the Frenchman said.
"But he always has the speaker, so we can do nothing. Sometimes he puts some good music on."
When it was put to him that maybe he should put some French music on, Saliba added: "Of course, one day I will take control!"
A group of players that play well are a happy group, and at Arsenal it's Zinchenko who is the joker.
"Zinchenko is the best for me, the most funny," Saliba said.
"So funny, he's crazy. We have a lot of different types of guys in the dressing room, it's always good."