The England international has six goals and six assists this season which is his best return as an Arsenal player since joining in 2011.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has praised the 23-year-old for showing greater efficiency in front of goal.
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And Oxlade-Chamberlain feels getting himself into more dangerous positions has allowed his talented team-mates to find him more regularly.
“When you’re playing in a team like Arsenal and there are talented players all over the pitch, you just have to rely on them to find you when you make runs,” he told the Arsenal Magazine.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has scored six goals this season
"In the past maybe where I’ve been more of a midfielder than a forward, I was more used to coming to the ball and wanting to get the ball, so I was picking up the ball maybe in deeper positions and not in behind the defence, which is obviously where you’re the biggest threat.
"This year I’ve just worked mostly on making runs in behind and just trusting the boys to find you with balls over the top.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain says he is more trusting of his team-mates now
He added: "That’s when you unlock them and when you’re most dangerous so I think for me personally, what I’ve worked on the most this season is not coming towards the ball as much.
"That wasn’t always a natural part of my game. As I said, being more of a midfielder I was always more lingering on the edge of the box for the ball to come back out or being the person that’s crossing the ball, so I’ve tried to work on getting into more dangerous positions and scoring more goals this year."