Aaron Ramsey, Alexander Lacazette and Emerick Aubameyang scored for Arsenal while Ander Schurrle got the only goal for Fulham. "We are going up in the table little by little giving us a better position for our objective".
"We played very well, but we knew that Fulham play good football and would try to hit us on the counter-attack", the Gabon worldwide told BT Sport.
It was a scintillating second-half display but Emery said: 'I don't think it was the best.
"The most important thing here is not that Torreira is the best player on the pitch, or that any other is the best, but what matters is that we win and keep growing as a team", Torreira said.
The Wales global looks set to leave the club at the end of the season after contract negotiations broke down but he capped some superb build-up play by steering in a wonderful flick for Arsenal's third goal just 38 seconds after coming off the bench. "We will try to keep focus and continue to win games". "I want to give them and to show them we are improving with our quality, with our mentality and above all with commitment we had here today".
"Here, he is doing very well". The first aspect is his humility, to work every day, to listen, to learn.
"He played in the middle, on the right and his performance is the same". The London gunners last lost a match in August 2018 against rivals Chelsea. When we're winning now we need to be the same way in our mentality: calm, hard-working, enjoying working, failing together, sharing a feeling with our supporters. We played on Thursday and the travel is very long but we won like that.
He darted over to Arsenal's bench to celebrate with the likes of Aubameyang and Matteo Guendouzi, but there was something concerning about Ramsey's behaviour.
Asked about the playmaker's injury, Emery replied: 'Yesterday he came in with pain and he could not train or play today'.
'We're showing so many weaknesses for the level we are at at the moment, defensively.