Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has admitted that some self-reflection and good old-fashioned home truths, has led to the six-match unbeaten run they’ve put together given that they were thrashed 4-0 at Liverpool.
Arsenal were humiliated at Anfield at the end of August, with Wenger blaming the result on the unsettling effect of the transfer window.
Since then Arsenal have won two Premier League games, drawn at Chelsea, won twice in the Europa League as soon as in the League Cup.
They undertake Brighton on Saturday, because they continue to close in at the top four. (Arsenal won 2-0)
“We realised what we produced had not been good enough, ” Wenger said.
“But that game [against Liverpool] was a special day for us aswell, it was right before the transfer window closed and before an international break and over all we stayed united and responded on the pitch.
“For me the weight of the transfer market was much heavier compared to the international break. It was an extremely difficult international break aswell because you have fourteen days to think about exactly what happened.
“It feels like a different team [now]. You start to see the way we play football. You need to have an united group to do that. The chance we have is always to go into this international break differently. ”