Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has claimed that the Premier League title is far from off following his side’s win over Brighton on Sunday.
The North London side strolled past the newcomers with a well deserved 2-0 win at the Emirates, as they try to put pressure on the title race after a shaky start to the current campaign.
Following the win that leaves them in the fifth position, Arsene Wenger has come out to insist that his side is not giving on the Premier League title with Manchester City already sitting atop with 19 points.
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The Gunners boss believes they can still fight for the league, stating that Manchester City were on 18 points at this stage of the competition last season, which might be too early for predictions.
Arsenal who ended last season outside the Champions League qualification spot, started their season on a rough patch which have had them ruled out of a possible contention for the Premier League title.
However, Wenger has hinted that his side will still fight for some vital points this season, having come under criticism by a large section of the club fans who constantly called for his resignation due to their recent poor performances in the League and European competitions.