Published: Mon, October 22, 2018
Sport | By Tony Jimenez

Wilshere would have stayed at Arsenal under Wenger

Wilshere would have stayed at Arsenal under Wenger

"We know what he can do for the club", Wilshere told Islington Gazette.

Arsenal will be hoping to continue their unbeaten run with a positive result against Leicester City on Monday evening. They are an accident waiting to happen regardless of who they play at the moment, which makes it all the more important for them to take complete advantage of Arsenal's erratic nature at the back. They are very competitive, have very good players and we need every single player, and our mentality to be stronger'. "To stay with them, we need to do better and get better at different things".

"For me January is very far [away], I'm thinking about Monday's match first", replied the Spaniard.

Where Liverpool have improved significantly is at the back, having conceded only three goals - their best defensive record after nine games of a league season. If they decide we are going to play Monday, we don't stop to think whether it is better to play Monday or not.

It's set to be a testing fixture for Arsenal but one which they will be confident of securing all three points in. "It's hard for me to comment on because I'm not there but I do know he's a great player - if it was me I know I would want to keep him around".

Since his breakthrough season for Leicester last season, playing 24 times in the Premier League, Chilwell's career trajectory has continued to soar.

Emery had attempted to sign Lacazette while he was in charge at Paris Saint-Germain but the player was in great love for Lyon which stopped him from a move away.

Leicester have already conceded 14 times in eight games in the Premier League, while Arsenal have netted 19 goals in the English top flight thanks in part to the form of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. I think we need to improve a lot.

Heading into the worldwide break, Arsenal were flying high sitting fourth in the Premier League, just two points off the top. It will also be interesting to see who Emery picks in between the posts, with Bern Leno doing a marvellous job in the absence of Cech. But not [just] each match, each minute in the 90 minutes.

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