The Blues' boss is fulsome in his praise for his players but says there are areas that can be improved and believes there are times during games when his team could be punished - especially in the latter stages of the Champions League. I'm not going to be here forever but I'm living in a dream, although dreams always come to an end at some point, that's for sure.
"If they go to AC Milan and win next Thursday, and they go on and win the Europa League, for me that's a great season for where Arsenal are at the moment". "He introduced another way to attack, with five in the back". The Swedish striker, who scored 28 goals last season, has not played since Boxing Day after suffering a knee injury just weeks after returning from a injury layoff.
This is the third penalty saved by the 24-year-old this season, as he keeps showing he was really worth the investment since Pep Guardiola's side paid €40m to take him from Benfica last summer. The pressure will be on Alan Pardew's side in the coming weeks to earn results, as three of their final four matches of the season are against Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham.
Manchester City's Leroy Sane claims the Premier League title is now so close he can nearly feel it.
"They're perhaps the best team in terms of playing style in the world right now, so of course, it's not easy when you can't score that goal, you need to have that extra energy".
A run of sixth unbeaten games has seen Brighton ease away from the Premier League's relegation zone, the Seagulls in 12th ahead of Arsenal's visit.
Despite fans, pundits and former players all calling for change at the Arsenal helm, Wenger himself is adamant that all is not lost.
"What we've found is that even in games where we've played and had good periods, that quality can hurt you". I think our main characteristic is to have patience, the team is very patient, works the ball very well, looks for space.
"Part of our job is to respond and to focus on the next game".