For a good part, Welbeck has played on either side of attack but through the middle, Emery now prefers other players there. "I am looking every day and the players are smiling in training with a big collective spirit".
The Premier League transfer window has closed and this means the gunners won't be signing new players but other clubs outside England will still be able to sign Arsenal players until the end of this month.
Emery wants to create an environment where the whole club performs as one, that means goalkeepers thinking about attacking then the team has the ball and attackers thinking about defending when the opposition is in possession.
It's expected he'll have no shortage of suitors, with reports suggesting a clutch of Premier League clubs are after the scrawl of the vastly-experienced former Manchester United forward.
Another advantage that Emery probably has going into Sunday's game, and by extension the rest of the season, is the fact he has had more time working with most of the players who were not on World Cup duty for their national teams.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp still expects players to leave
A recent survey revealed Liverpool were the Premier League's unluckiest club last season, with decisions costing them 12 points. Apart from the aforementioned players, the only other confirmed absentee is Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Transfer: Manchester United in talks to sign Chelsea defender
The Frenchman will miss out on the trip to Molineux alongside deadline day signings Bernard , Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes . Manchester United need a defensive upgrade on the likes of Chris Smalling and Phil Jones and Zouma is certainly that.
Shearer: Don't write off Manchester United
In football, you need time to work and players on the pitch to work and we didn't have until now. Rojo - he was injured in the World Cup.
"I want the team to show that we are together with our supporters, and I want the team to show everybody their best performance".
However, despite reported interest from Valencia, Emery is unwilling to sell the England global, revealing that only Carl Jenkinson, David Ospina and Joel Campbell are available to leave the Emirates.
"Today, we had a meeting with the players to close all the possibilities to leave or come with more players", Emery said. That said, don't be surprised to see Emery giving Guardiola a run for his money.
"We only have three players: Carl Jenkinson, David Ospina and Joel Campbell, with the possibility to leave". He'll hope for a repeat of his last trip to the Emirates when his City side went up 3-0 after 33 minutes and coasted for the rest of the match.