Arsenal are looking forward to challenging Manchester City and other Premier League clubs in this season Premier League title campaign. Meanwhile the red's of London have managed huge 21 points after seven victories this season.
But had missed the opportunity to win against United in recent encounter where they picked a 3-1 defeat. On Saturday Mikel's side managed a 3-1 win against Tottenham Hotspur. In the big boost to Gunners especially it being a north London derby.
Meanwhile that win gave former manager Arsene Wenger the much needed believe. That Arsenal can be in a position to then challenge for Premier League title this campaign.
Wenger said to beIN SPORTS, "Personally I would put them just behind City. The second best team to have a good chance to win the Premiership. Man City at some stage will focus highly on the Champions League. "Concluded the Frenchman as per a report by Sunsport.
Arsenal will face a tricky Europa League fixture this Thursday as they welcome Bodø/Glimt at the Emirates Stadium in the group stage encounter. Then another tough Premier League encounter against Liverpool in the Premier League campaign.
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