Arsenal media round-up: Wenger says his style isn't going to change

Arsene Wenger In Emirates Press Conference

A round up of news stories this morning about Arsenal.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been quoted by the Daily Mail insisting that his style is not going to change.

Wenger says the Gunners can improve their performances collectively, allowing a platform for individual talent to develop.

Arsenal should finish this season second behind Chelsea, which is an improvement on previous campaigns.

“Will my philosophy remain the same? Yes, because you cannot influence too much a talent like Messi. What you can do as a manager is improve the collective style of your team,” he said.

Arsene Wenger has been quoted by the Irish Times explaining what he feels is the key to his team becoming a different set of players.

The Gunners taken on Swansea City this evening and are the favourites to walk away with a victory.

He feels the side have played well when they have been under pressure to get results since the turn of the year.

“Once a team has confidence and thinks they can turn up, play and we will win the game, they become different players. I do not over-rate that. You want to see a team respond under pressure and I think since January we have done that well,” he said.

Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has told the club’s website what he feels is one of the main qualities of the playing squad.

The right-back says the competition for places is fierce but feels that’s driving everyone to become a better player.

“We have really good players fighting for their spots in every position, so that’s one of the reasons why everyone is performing the way that they are, because it’s bringing out the best in us,” he said.

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