As a striker, what you got used to on a daily basis, it is to be applauded when you score goals. When the opposite happens, it's difficult.
I know too well how much I am going to miss football after my career for me to put up my own barriers.
You have to communicate - you have to click - to find automatic reactions with your teammates.
One thing is sure: I really enjoyed my five years at Arsenal.
Arsenal is a great club - the facilities are wonderful - but I feel it is a club that takes big care before signing a player, notably considering human values.
Why did I choose Arsenal rather than Chelsea? Because it is a club I love, and I thought it would be easier for my adaptation.
I feel really good at Arsenal.
The fact is that the coach wanted to recruit a new striker, and with Aubameyang's signing at Arsenal, there were three top strikers, and that's why I decided to leave.
Starting games with the French national team helped me bounce back when it was getting difficult with Arsenal.
It takes time to adapt to become an Arsenal player.
It was frustrating at Arsenal, obviously. For a year and a half, it went from bad to worse. I could no longer continue like that. I could not bring myself to spend another year at Arsenal and remain a reserve, even a second reserve.
We don't have the money of the Manchester clubs or Chelsea. Arsenal builds its team through training, through recruiting players who can become something. Arsenal has less money than some other clubs, so we have to fight with other values.
When I put my head in my hands after missing a chance, that annoys the coaches a little.
It was the force of the ball. It made my foot bone and ankle come together and cracked. I thought I had just twisted my ankle, but it was a clear fracture.