Leicester currently lead the way in the Premier League, and they are the odds-on favourite to win the title.
The Foxes are currently seven points clear of their nearest rivals, Tottenham Hotspur, and they are a staggering 13 points ahead of Arsenal.
Yet Wright still doesn’t feel that many of Leicester’s players would enhance Arsenal’s squad.
“I don't know if I would take a player from Leicester,” the former Gunners striker said. "At a push I'd probably take N'Golo Kanté.”
Kante has been one of Leicester’s most integral players this season, and he is on the shortlist to win the PFA's Premier League Player of the Season award.
The central midfielder arrived with little reputation, but he has quickly become regarded as one of the finest players in England.
Kante’s tireless performances have set the tone for Leicester, and his energy in the centre of the pitch has been crucial for Claudio Ranieri’s side.
Some Arsenal fans have also urged their side to submit offers for Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy, who have been two of Leicester’s main attacking threats, but Wright appears to feel that they would not be worthwhile additions.