Paris Saint-Germain head coach Unai Emery says he expects more from Hatem Ben Arfa after his quiet start to life with the Ligue 1 champions.
Ben Arfa joined PSG after an excellent season with Nice during which time he scored 18 goals in 37 appearances.
The winger got his career back on track with Nice after not living up to expectations during his time at Newcastle United and Hull City in the Premier League.
The at-times temperamental Frenchman has previously been accused of not doing enough work off the ball defensively, and for falling out with managers who perhaps demanded more from him.
Nonetheless, Emery has expressed his view that Ben Arfa needs to work harder for the team and to be less selfish in possession.
"I expect higher-quality performances from him. I expect him to be less individualistic and more collectively minded," the Spaniard said.
"He needs to link up with his team-mates more, and make more effort to defend. He has had some excellent training sessions. I'm always happy when a player works hard to improve."