Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey could still stay at the club - Arsene Wenger


'They are very competitive, have very good players and we need every single player, and our mentality together to be stronger than in the last match'.

Arsenal's 5-1 win over Fulham in their last game before the global break was the ninth consecutive victory under Emery, and was played to the soundtrack of Arsenal fans singing: "We've got our Arsenal back".

But Emery warned the increasingly optimistic fanbase against getting carried away.

The midfielder, who played in Switzerland's 2-1 defeat to Belgium on Saturday, is in no doubt that Emery is to thank for his revival, telling the Daily Mail: "On a tactical level, the manager has really helped me". Emery now expects a tough test to extend the run when Leicester visit the Emirates Stadium on Monday night. "It is going well and I am improving, but we can still improve". For me now, the most important thing is not to rush'.

Chelsea legend Chris Sutton has spoken on the chances Arsenal have to win the Premier League this season.

Emery has not publicly set a target for the league campaign, but said Arsenal's performances have not been good enough to consider a challenge for the title just yet.

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"I'm thinking about Monday's match first". My focus is on every match.

He added: '[We need] this calm because we [beat] a lot of opposition teams with very [poor] performances.

"He played 45 minutes against the under-23s for us today [Thursday]".

Arsene Wenger reckons there is still a chance that Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey will remain a Gunners player beyond the end of this season.

Ramsey will be free to sign a pre-contract agreement with foreign clubs next January unless Arsenal made a decision to cut their losses and sell the Welshman in a cut-price deal in the transfer window.

Ramsey said during the global break that he has no intention of pushing for a move in January, and Emery urged the midfielder to stay focused on the next match. I think we have to continue doing a lot of the things to get better.