Olivier Giroud spent six years at Arsenal where he scored over a hundred goals for the Gunners.

The 31-year-old forward scored 105 goals during his six years at Arsenal under Arsene Wenger before completing a £15million move to Stamford Bridge in the January transfer window.

His stint at Stamford Bridge is going on well and the Frenchman has already noticed something intriguing about Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and the passion he exudes on the touchline.

Asked about the difference between Wenger and Conte on the touchline, Giroud told BT Sport: “Yeah, from the first game when I was behind bench I was watching the game with big attention.

“But the coach just a few metres from me – it was special. You can feel he’s still a player in his head. You can tell he wants to help us on the pitch and he can’t just sit on the bench.

“Strikers need a human relationship with the coach, it’s nice to have confidence with him and you want to give back.”

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