Arsenal are in the very heart of a major rebuild in a bid to become the unbeatable club they once were, and are drawing praise from all angles.
Manager Mikel Arteta spent £150million over the summer to bring a fresh wave of young talent into his squad.
His six signings, all aged 24 and under, have sparked a revival at the Emirates Stadium, with the help of some of the academy products in the team.
“big guns” are doing a better job in recent weeks. come Despite struggling at the start of the season,
Arsenal have won four in a row in the Premier League before they host a visit from leaders Manchester. City today
Wilshere believes Arteta is good enough to lead Arsenal to a top-flight title. even though it might not be this season
“I think that if you support and reinforce correctly, then …” he told talkSPORT,
“he has a clear game plan, football philosophy and approach that wants to play.”
“Listen, they probably won’t win the league this year, but in the next couple of years if they can get in the top four, get a big name, give them time to settle and understand. that the manager wants me to play, “
” If so, I think they have to. I believe they can do it, yes.”