Sport Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists it is too early to think of the Premier League title

The Gunners play Coventry in the fourth round of the competition

Vermaelen return put back again, manager admits

It slipped out so quickly that hardly anyone noticed, but afterwards the news began to sink in. Asked by a shareholder about the club's injury problems Arsène Wenger mentioned that, "I could not say when [Thomas] Vermaelen will play again".

Wenger has respect for Shakhtar Donetsk

Arsene Wenger has warned only a great performance will see Arsenal beat Shakhtar Donetsk tonight to take a massive step towards a place in the last 16 of the Champions League.

Wenger admits he tells white lies to protect Arsenal players

Manager defends the use of media smokescreens over sensitive issues when asked about Rooney's comments

Arsenal need winning mentality admits Wenger

Arsene Wenger has challenged his young Arsenal side to show they are winners every time they step out onto the pitch.

Best of Bendtner to come says Wenger

Arsene Wenger is optimistic Arsenal fans will soon see the best of Nicklas Bendtner.

Fabregas admits thwarted Barça move still plays on his mind

Arsenal captain insists side must rediscover 'winning mentality' after suffering successive League defeats

Arsenal bouyant heading into Chelsea clash

The mood at Arsenal, funereal on Monday following the shock home defeat to West Bromwich Albion, was bouyant yesterday after the team returned from Serbia with three Champions League points and, just as important, confidence restored.

Arsenal want Carling Cup says Rosicky

Tomas Rosicky maintains Arsenal are deadly serious about landing the Carling Cup this season as they aim to end a six-year wait for silverware.

Gibbs injury only short term

Arsenal have confirmed England defender Kieran Gibbs suffered only a minor foot injury during the 4-1 Carling Cup victory at Tottenham last night, and is set to be out of action for only the "short term".

Arsenal wait for Fabregas injury news

Arsene Wenger maintains it is too soon to speculate how long Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas will be sidelined by a hamstring problem.

Wenger rues Theo Walcott injury blow

Arsenal have suffered mixed fortunes ahead of their clash against Bolton with the return of Samir Nasri soured by the loss of winger Theo Walcott for up to six weeks.

Walcott ruled out for six-weeks

Arsenal have confirmed that winger Theo Walcott will be sidelined for up to six weeks with an ankle injury he sustained on international duty with England.

Arsenal await Walcott assessment

Arsenal's medical team will today assess the extent of Theo Walcott's ankle injury, which could sideline the England winger for the rest of the month.

Van Persie ruled out for six-weeks

Arsene Wenger has received some mixed injury news with Samir Nasri recovering well from knee surgery but Robin van Persie is set to be out of action until mid-October with an ankle injury.

Arshavin admits to losing 'sparkle'

Andrey Arshavin believes he has become "more effective" since joining Arsenal - even if the Russian playmaker feels he is now "less sparkling".

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