Since his transfer to Arsenal, Kiwior has become a notable figure in the Gunners’ lineup. In an exclusive interview, he shares insights about his life at Arsenal, his relationship with teammates, and his ambitions for the future.
Kiwior’s transition to Arsenal has been smooth, thanks in part to the warm welcome he received from his teammates. He notes, “Everyone from the club’s Club was willing to help; I can’t single out anyone because everyone was very friendly.” The strong sense of camaraderie is something that has evidently played a crucial role in Kiwior’s quick adaptation.
The warmth Kiwior experienced wasn’t restricted to his teammates. Arsenal’s passionate fan base also left an impression: “From the moment the news came out that I had become an Arsenal player, I immediately saw on social media how many fans began to take an interest in me, and being in the stadium for the first time I saw how much the fans support and cheer for us.”
Reflecting on his footballing idols and influences, Kiwior highlights both individual and team qualities. “Among the players playing in my position, Sergio Ramos has always impressed me the most. As for Arsenal, above all, I was always impressed by how they function as a collective and a team.” This admiration for team cohesion might explain Kiwior’s rapid integration into Arsenal’s playing style.
When asked about his debut start and victory over Chelsea, Kiwior’s excitement shines through: “When I saw that I was getting a chance to play in the starting lineup, I was happy, and I knew that I had to do my best to help the team win the game. I didn’t have to motivate myself before the game because that alone motivated me; after the game, I was happy that the game went so well for us.”
Recalling his first goal for the club, Kiwior describes an emotion that any football player can resonate with: “It was the last game of the season; I was glad I got a chance to play, and the goal after the game pleased me even more. An amazing feeling that is hard to compare to anything else.”
Looking towards the future, Kiwior’s aspirations remain grounded and team-focused. “I don’t set specific goals for myself. I would like to build my position at the Club step by step. I would certainly like to spend time on the field and help the team win games and win cups.”
In just a short time at Arsenal, Kiwior’s thoughtful reflections and earnest commitment to the game show the makings of a player destined to leave his mark. Whether it’s his appreciation for teammates and fans or the joy of personal achievements, Kiwior’s story is one of a player fully immersed in the life of the club he represents.
With his strong sense of teamwork and passion for success, Kiwior’s continued journey with Arsenal promises to be an exciting one, filled with potential for personal growth and collective triumph. Arsenal fans and teammates alike will surely be looking forward to what comes next from this talented player.