Ian Wright: What I want to see from Arsenal in title race

The Arsenal legend isn't worried about the Gunners's lack of dominance, adding winning is all that matters

Ian Wright says he isn’t concerned that Arsenal aren’t thrashing their opponents in the Premier League as long as Arsene Wenger’s side are winning games.

The north London side edged to 2-1 win against Burnley at the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon to hoist themselves up to second place in the table.

Arsenal appeared to be heading for a 1-1 draw with the promoted side after Andre Gray cancelled out Shkodran Mustafi’s opener with a penalty in added time.

However, the Gunners were awarded a late spot-kick of their own which Alexis Sanchez duly dispatched to rescue three points in dramatic circumstances in north London.

Arsenal are unbeaten in their last six games in all competitions to build some momentum ahead of their clash against leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday 4 February.

Speaking to BBC’s 606 podcast, Wright lifted the lid on what he wants to see from Wenger’s side in the title race.

“At this stage, I’m not really bothered whether Arsenal are blasting teams off the pitch,” Wright said.

“They just need to stay in it. I’m not going to be complaining about how well they played. They just need to get the result at this stage.”

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Arsenal finished in second place in the Premier League table last term.

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