Arsenal's new player, Sead Kolasinac, seems to have already adapted to the English soccer team's style of play. The manager, Arsene Wenger picked his words carefully when talking about the Bosnian left back: “Kolasinac is a powerful player who can play on the flank and create good chances for his partners,” Wenger said in a recent interview for the club's official website.

The new system

Arsenal has recently shifted to a 3-5-2, so it comes as no surprise that Kolasinac is already finding his place in the team. The Bosnian is known for being a versatile player, equally dangerous on both sides of the pitch, with his biggest strength being work ethic and overall strength.

While Kolasinac is not the most offensively capable soccer player, he seems to have taken his game to a whole new level. This has sparked the interest of Arsenal. Arsene Wenger, who isn't known for spending money during the transfer window, bar a few exceptions, was ecstatic to bring the Bosnian, without having to pay a fee. Kolasinac's contract with his previous team, Schalke 04, expired on July 1 this year.

The manager also added: "He’s strong in the challenge and has a very strong body as well. He’s very committed, very focused, and is very versatile as well. He plays center back in a three, he can play wing-back in a three, so he covers us centrally and wide."

Fans and journalists equally excited

Sports journalists and pundits are already getting excited to see how exactly will Mr.

Wenger integrate Sead Kolasinac into Arsenal's new system next season. When asked about that, The Arsenal manager was very enigmatic, stating: "I believe he's adaptable." Kolasinac is a natural left back, but the Bosnian can play a central back and a full back, he has even played as a holding midfielder in the past, so it will come as no surprise if Wenger decides to use him everywhere on the pitch.

Arsenal fans are also getting excited about the new signing - fan forums and social media websites are buzzing with news about the Bosnian defender. What will the new season bring for Arsenal, remains to be seen, but if Arsene Wenger manages to get the best out of Kolasinac, the 23-year-old player might turn out to be the hottest signing of the season and Arsenal may finally have a shot at the title. With Chelsea and Manchester United spending money and bringing in world class players, the competition is more fierce than ever, but Wenger has a plan. A plan that might work.