The Gunners have come in for increased criticism in recent months as their hopes of silverware fade.
The Gunners were disappointing again at the weekend as they exited the FA Cup courtesy of a 2-1 loss to Watford.
That was the latest poor result in an awful run of form from Arsene Wenger’s side that has seen them fall out of the Premier League title race as well as being eliminated from the FA Cup.
They also look set to be knocked out of the Champions League to Barcelona, and Wright has called for them to change things up, just as rivals Spurs have done.
“You want to see them do stuff that you’re not expecting, like win games that they have to win,” he told BT Sport.
“You want to see the change, just like Spurs have got a change about them. There’s no change of Arsenal. It seems like it’s the same old, same old about to happen again.”
The biggest change that Arsenal could make, either now or in the future, is replacing manager Arsene Wenger.
He has come in for stern criticism again as they have tailed off in recent months, with many calling for his time in charge to come to an end.
Who they could hire as his replacement is he biggest question though, with the top tier managers, such as Carlo Ancelotti and Pep Guardiola having already committed to other jobs for next season.