The midfielder arrived in North London during the January transfer window from Legia Warsaw and is earmarked as a potential star for the future having already making his bow for the U21 side at the age of only 17.
The Polish youngster has credited Wilshere and Pires for helping him settle into his new surroundings and has set his sights on breaking into the first team in the near future:
“When I started I had individual training sessions with Robert Pires,” the Pole told the club’s official website.
“He gave me a lot of advice and helped my regain my fitness because I had been out for so long.”
“I also trained with Wilshere who was very nice to me. In my first week I saw some of the best players in the world and that was an amazing experience. Now I see them every day, how they play on the pitch and how they train, and it really helps me.”
“I want to show everybody that I’m a good player and that I can train with the first team so that one day I can prove that I can play for the first team,” Bielik added.
Bielik could possibly make his senior debut at some point this season as manager Arsene Wenger is yet to bring in cover for Francis Coquelin in the defensive midfield role during the current transfer window and a few injuries in that department could see the Pole thrust into first team action.
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