Iwobi is looking to remain in top shape and speed for the rest of this season after his goal and assist against Chelsea.
Arsenal players undertook a speed test on Wednesday where their sprint times were measure while calculating with the per cent of their maximum capacity they were running.
Running at 94% capacity, Iwobi had a top speed of 9.56, making him the fourth fastest player at Arsenal.
It is no surprise that striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and right back Hector Bellerin were the fastest players in the team.
Aubameyang clocked a sprint speed of 10.01 on the measurement scale while operating at 97 percent of his capacity while Bellerin had a top
Iwobi is looking to remain in top shape and speed for the rest of this season following his very impressive performance in Arsenal’s 2-3 loss away at Chelsea on Saturday, August 18.
Iwobi set a goal and scored one himself in the first half at Stamford Bridge.
“It’s exciting times to be fair,” Iwobi told Arsenal official website.
“For me personally, I’m enjoying the new sessions, the new training methods and the new ideas, so I’m enjoying my time with him [Unai Emery].
“He demands a lot. He’s a lot more intense, a lot of high pressing and keeping the ball so that it benefits us if we have the ball.