Jack Wilshere: Arsenal must use AC Milan win as blueprint going forward

Jack Wilshere: Arsenal must use AC Milan win as blueprint going forward

In a moment of sweet vindication, Watford captain Troy Deeney, who had questioned Arsenal's spirit earlier this season, had a second-half penalty saved by Petr Cech.

"Always it's complicated to play a big club or team, but we are confident we can do it".

"We can't just give up in the Premier League, we've got to keep fighting", he said. A loss against Arsenal can happen, we could have done better but the important thing is that we put this defeat behind us and we look to the future with enthusiasm.

Simon Brotherton: "After Thursday's boost to brittle confidence with victory away to AC Milan, Arsenal return to domestic action with a fixture against opponents who've been surprisingly hard to overcome in recent times".

"Evidently we could've prepared the game better and maybe it was me and my staff who were at fault".

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"If we keep performing like we did on Thursday, we've got a chance". "All I can tell you is that we are no closer to sorting anything out", he said. It has to carry on. "We have got to reach these levels every week", he said. If they want to win games they need to attack from the off and not let up all game. Hector Bellerin, since being benched for the Brighton clash and having missed the AC Milan game hasn't yet recovered from the knee ligament problem, hence would be absent for the Watford game. Arsène Wenger's players might want to prove a point to him but, really, the oomph has been knocked from their Premier League season. We had a little scare with Ostersunds last round and this is AC Milan.

"Watford have won two of their last three games in all competitions at the Emirates and took all three points when the sides met at Vicarage Road earlier in the season thanks to an injury-time victor from Tom Cleverley".

Vieira was a key member of the Arsenal team which went unbeaten through the 2003-04 Premier League season under Wenger's stewardship.

'You understand that if you respond to every single statement, I would be mad. As far as this game is concerned, it will not be easy playing away from home against Arsenal but I think that they are good enough to avoid losing. I didn't even have to jump, actually - I nodded it down. We don't need to add some more.

Arsenal have taken a different approach in tabling a deal for the 26-year-old, the Standard say, with the offer involving performance-based structure due to Wilshere's injury history.

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