A goal from Mesut Ozil and a brace from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang saw the Gunners g fourth from a come from behind win over the Foxes.
Following the game, Bellerin said things were now easier tactically and that the team is far more organised under their new boss.
“For us, it’s always important to improve and keep things realistic,” Bellerin told Arsenal.com.
“It’s a new season with a new manager and, of course, we’re almost in November already, so things are getting a bit easier in terms of tactically and we know the way that the coach wants to play.
“As you can see on the pitch we’re way more organised and the football flows a bit more, but as I’ve said, it’s only the start and there’s a lot of work we still need to do. Hopefully, the results are going to keep coming.”
It was a good win for Arsenal and it is clear to anyone watching them in recent games that they have bought into Emery’s style of play, however some caution is required, in that 10 game winning sequence the Gunners have not played any of the big teams and until they do and take points from their direct rivals then the jury remains out on how far they have progressed from the Wenger era.