Rosicky was outstanding in victory over Sunderland, which in part celebrated the unveiling of Bergkamp's statue at the Emirates.
Wenger said: "Bergkamp got the statue, and I think Rosicky took the role of Bergkamp well.
"Certainly Dennis would have been pleased to see him play.
"I'm very pleased for Rosicky. I think he is maybe one of the players who plays the game of give and move. He is a great accelerator of the game. When the ball comes to him it is 'Boof! It is second gear now' and that is something I admire in him.
"He always makes things happen, not with individual dribbling but with individual acceleration of his passing and of his runs. I think when he arrived here he was less a tactical player and more the Mozart from Prague and he was purely a creative, offensive player.
"Today he is a real organiser on the pitch as well. I like to have him in the team because he gives a real structure."
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