Aubameyang was dropped for Arsenal’s win over Tottenham last Sunday after he arrived late for the squad’s meet-up before the game.
Arteta then turned down to bring on the Arsenal captain as a substitute in the second half as the Gunners sealed a 2-1 win over their north London rivals.
On Wednesday, Arteta confirmed that he and Aubameyang have addressed the situation ahead of their Europa League fixture.
And the striker says he is now keen to move on from the incident.
‘I’m focused on the next game and it’s a big one for us. We fought so hard last Thursday to get in this position, so now it’s time to finish the job.
‘There is still work to do. We know all about what happened against them last season. We were in a strong position then after the first leg that time, but we didn’t kill them off and we got punished badly for it.
‘That affected us badly – it was a tough one to take. We thought we were through, then it was taken away. For me as well it was so painful to lose that game.
‘We can’t let that happen again – we have to use our advantage, be wary of the opposition – but let’s play our game, go for the win and we’ll be through.’
‘He scored a brilliant goal in Greece last week, and how he’s got what everybody wants – a goal against our local neighbours! He deserved it, he worked so hard, we all know he’s got goals in his game so now he has got a couple, I’m sure he will keep getting more for us,’ wrote Aubameyang.
‘He’s so clever, he knows when to arrive in the box and we know we have players from wide who can deliver quality – like Kieran did for the first goal.
‘He was so dangerous again for us on Sunday – it’s like having another forward!’