Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger is loving the fact that the Gunners have won all three of their Premier League home matches this season.

After the 2-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion on Monday night, Arsène Wenger discussed the team’s form at the Emirates.

“Look I don’t go in definite conclusions as quickly as you, but what is important is we are strong at home.

“We have played six games now, three difficult away games at Chelsea, at Liverpool, at Stoke and overall it’s important we keep our home strength.

“We know we can make results away from home and we’ll do that, so what was very important for us tonight was the three points because everybody else won and you’re under pressure not to drop points tonight,” he said.

Wenger acknowledged the strength of the West Brom team, saying it was a difficult match.

“In the first half it was difficult because they are physically very strong, very mobile, they disturbed our build up and went very direct. It took us some time to adapt to that.

“In the second half, we controlled the game much more, they dropped a little bit in their intensity and then it became more comfortable for us. Overall it finished in a comfortable way, but the first half was a bit nervy.”


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