Ian Wright has told Wrighty’s House that he believes that Nuno Tavares will develop into a fantastic player at Arsenal as long as he gets the right coaching.Tavares is enduring a difficult time right now. He has been taken off prematurely in his last two starts for the Gunners, with Mikel Arteta replacing him at half-time at Crystal Palace on Monday.Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty ImagesHe endured a tough time during the first-half at Selhurst Park. The Portuguese made a mistake in the build-up to the second goal. And it seemed that Arteta felt that Granit Xhaka would be better in that position after the break.Unfortunately, Tavares was replaced even earlier in the FA Cup in January. The Best XI Already NOT Going To The 2022 World CupPhoto by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty ImagesBut with Kieran Tierney now likely sidelined for the rest of the campaign, Tavares could have an important part to play in the remaining games. Wright has suggested that Tavares has the potential to bounce back. And he clearly wants to see the 22-year-old get the chance to put things right with the Gunners.“There’s things he’s working on but you look at someone like Tavares and you think to yourself, I just hope he’s getting that coaching that he needs at the minute,” he told Wrighty’s House.“We know that he’s fantastic, he’s a fantastic player.“He can be attacking and we couldn’t get out [against Palace]. We have to take it on the chin.”Arsenal fans know how good Nuno Tavares can beArteta faces a tough decision with Tavares in the weeks ahead. Xhaka did reasonably well at left-back against Palace. But Arsenal may also be without Thomas Partey due to injury. So not having Xhaka in the middle would be a blow.Having said that, Tavares was outstanding earlier in the campaign. In fact, Tierney was kept out of the side for a number of games because of the summer signing’s form. So, as Wright suggests, the youngster has the potential to recover from Monday’s setback. And Arteta may be wise to give him the chance to put things right sooner rather than later. Have something to tell us about this article?