Arsenal believe they can win Premier League, says Ozil

Arsenal believe they can win Premier League, says Ozil

As a result, those factors would suggest that Arsenal have been given a helping hand, but Wenger will certainly still be delighted with the application of his players in getting them into their current position.

Arsenal can win the Premier League title this season if they can continue playing the type of game they did during Monday night's 2-1 win over Manchester City, midfielder Mesut Ozil has said. You see his desire to win, he plays to win the games and maybe this kind of talent is exceptional. "He had only one training session", Wenger said. Teams are better organised, better prepared physical, in the last 20 minutes.

"The only thing I can say is 2015, if you look back and try to analyse it, we have been consistent".

"I think he will be back around the 10th of January".

Arsenal are just two point behind top-placed Leicester City and will now lock horns with Southampton on December 27.

Big-money summer signing Kevin de Bruyne summed up their evening in north London as he kicked the corner flag when trying to take a short corner, before missing the target just moments before Walcott's opener. The guys who make you win.

Aaron Ramsey and Daryl Janmaat compete for the ball
Aaron Ramsey and Daryl Janmaat compete for the ball

You had times where you had players on the ground at both sides of the pitch because of that total commitment.

Wenger played down the Gunners title chances following the game, suggesting it's too early into the season to talk about winning the league.

And that is why he thinks more teams are enjoying success on the road this campaign.

"It is going to be hard and we need to stay concentrated, the Christmas period is the most important now and we are sliding into it and it is up to us to keep that consistency". He also said that Ozil has realised he could help Arsenal in every game.

The win sees Arsene Wenger's men go two points behind shock leaders Leicester, with the Gunners now many people's favourites to end their Premier League trophy drought and lift the title in May.

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