SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, “You see how difficult it is” Arteta has sent a warning to the management telling them they can’t win the Premier League title unless they improve in 2 key areas. Mikel Arteta has stated that Arsenal need to improve in both boxes if they want to be at the top of the table come the end of the season. I have told them the players I want its up to them to get me what I need. I’m positive I can win can win this and also with the support of the fans.


Mikel Arteta emphasized Arsenal’s need for improvement at both ends of the pitch to secure a higher standing in the league. He praised the Premier League’s exceptional quality while addressing the media before the Fulham clash, expressing the necessity to enhance performance in the offensive and defensive zones to contend for the title.

Arteta acknowledged that without progress in critical areas, winning the title would be unattainable. He highlighted the team’s potential, affirming that with their current level of play, victories were achievable. Stressing the importance of focusing on their own performance rather than scrutinizing other teams, he cited the league’s challenging nature and the continuous competitiveness among clubs.

The Gunners presently hold fourth place in the league standings, tallying 40 points from 19 matches. A victory against Fulham could propel them to the top spot temporarily, though Liverpool’s result against Newcastle United could alter their position.

Addressing concerns about Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli’s form, Arteta noted their energy but highlighted the absence of a decisive touch in their recent performances. He attributed their youthfulness and vigor as assets but stressed the need for a finishing touch, crucial for converting chances into goals.

Following their recent loss to West Ham United, Arsenal aims to conclude the year on a high note, seeking not just a win but also a position atop the Premier League standings in 2023.

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