Russian hopes his form improves at the Emirates.
Arsenal forward Andrey Arshavin insists the fans are right to be angry at his dire performances this season.
The 30-year-old has been criticised after scoring just once in his last 18 games and his performances falling well short of those during the early part of his career in England.
The Russia international has vowed to turn around his form and help Arsenal climb back up the table.
“They should expect more from me, of course,” he told the club’s website. “They should expect some more tricks, goals and unbelievable passes.
“To be honest, I am still expecting more from me as well. But, believe me, I do everything I can do. I just must give everything I can at the moment.”
Meanwhile, manager Arsene Wenger believes he now has more leaders in his squad than when the Gunners were challenging on all four fronts less than a year ago.
The Frenchman drafted in Per Mertesacker, Mikel Arteta, Yossi Benayoun, Chu-Young Park and Andre Santos in the final days of the transfer window.
This, Wenger says, will help Arsenal bounce back after the international break.
“Sometimes we are reproached for not having enough captains in our squad, now we have plenty,” he told the club magazine.
“Overall, we have more experience and this could be important if we are in a strong position should we have interesting challenges in March or April.
“That could have a big part to play.
“We got criticised a lot last season for not getting over the line, but I believe we were so close, it was unbelievable to accept. But we have added more experience.
“Also, last year, we lost important players in March and April because we went for all the trophies, so hopefully we have the squad to do it and this time it will happen.
“In every position, you always have number one, two and three, knowing there is a not a lot between them.
“But basically I’m very happy with the signings we made and my challenge now is to prove that I made the right decisions.
“I have great belief in the players I bought in and I am convinced they will prove me right.”