Arsenal coach Unai Emery said midfielder Mesut Ozil is "playing as we want" after having played a decisive match against Newcastle.
Ozil, sometimes in disuse since the Spaniard took over the season, helped the Gunners to a 2-0 win – their tenth consecutive home win.
"I like how all the players are playing and Mesut with his quality is helping us and giving us his job," he said.
"Also individual moments and abilities, he has the ability to help us."
Prior to Monday's win, Ozil had only started three league games since Boxing Day. In February, Emery said the German had to be "consistent in practice and play, without getting hurt or getting sick." Later he added that the midfielder would continue to be shot.
However, after the display against Magpies, who saw him win the official award for best man before Aaron Ramsey, Emery said: "Mesut is playing as we want, with the system and tactically. He is working a lot and after that work he is also giving us its quality. "
Arsenal's win saw them beat rivals North London, Tottenham and Manchester United to third in the Premier League.
Emery said his team faces a difficult task to maintain that position until the end of the season.
"Spurs, Chelsea and Manchester United are going to win a lot of games. It's going to be difficult and the next game at Everton is very difficult," he said.
"We need to remain consistent, continue to create a great mentality, learning when we need to fight and when we need to unite."
Aaron Ramsey scored the goal before leaving in the 27th minute of the second half, with what Emery described as a "minor injury." French striker Alexandre Lacazette sealed the victory with a chip seven minutes ago.
Asked if Ramsey's performance by Juventus proved what he could have achieved if he stayed, Emery added: "Aaron is happy, he is helping us. more important moment in the season and we need all the players ".