Unai Emery hailed Aaron Ramsey after he helped Arsenal beat Napoli 2-0 in the first leg of their Europa League quarter final on Thursday.
Ramsey scored the opener in the 14th minute before Lucas Torreira's strike was deflected in by Kalidou Koulibaly shortly afterwards.
The talented attacker, Ramsey, will move to Turin at the end of his contract this summer but has continued to put in quality performances since the deal was announced.
The Wales international opened the scoring as Arsenal secured a 2-0 win in the opening leg of their Europa League quarter-final, with Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly's own goal putting Emery's side in charge of the tie.
Arsenal boss Emery was impressed by Ramsey's display, although the 28-year-old also wasted a fine chance to score a late third for the hosts.
After the match Emery said, "His performances in this moment for us show that he wants to do something important with us."
"Because I think he feels a lot for Arsenal as a club. When he's here with our supporters, he gives us all he can, not individually, but in the collective.
"I want to enjoy this moment with him. I want to do something important with him. His focus is very big, he's thinking of Arsenal only."
Arsenal had attempted to tie the midfielder down to a new deal earlier in the campaign as his current contract expires in June.
But Italian giants Juventus offered Ramsey a whopping deal worth £400,000-a-week - and the Welshman has decided to join the Serie A outfit when the summer transfer window opens.
The Gunners will now face a crucial Premier League clash away to Watford on Monday night, before the all-important second leg against Napoli three days later.
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