Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger fires Premier League warning at Chelsea

The Arsenal manager is convinced that his side can still win the Premier League this season

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Arsene Wenger has warned Chelsea that his Arsenal side are out to catch them in the Premier League title race.

Jose Mourinho’s men are yet to lose a game this term find themselves six points clear at the top of the table after a flying start to the new season.

Wenger’s Gunners, meanwhile, are nine points behind the leaders in fourth place in the table after 10 games.

But the Frenchman remains convinced that his side can close the gap on the leaders ahead of Sunday’s trip to Swansea City.

Asked if his side believe they can still catch Chelsea, Wenger replied: “Of course.

“We have just got to win the next game to achieve that.

“In our job you always get taught lessons by people after the games. But before the games we only have one target and that is to win the next game.”

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