The Gunners top the table, having not lost since the opening game of the season against Aston Villa.
The former Arsenal striker told Sky Sports News: "I see a lot of freshness in the team. They are similar to my time at Arsenal. They have good movement, commitment, and a good passing game.
"They know what they want to do and what they need to do to go forward. They are enjoyable to watch which is good after something was missing in the past few years.
"I would love to go to England some time, preferably Arsenal. But I don't see myself as a head coach or manager. I see myself as part of a coaching team."
Arsenal host Norwich City tomorrow.