Walcott: New-found Arsenal strength can win us trophies

Nonetheless, the Arsenal star is not too anxious regarding his England woes and is hopeful that his club form can earn him a call-up to the national team during the next round of worldwide fixtures. The Germany global of Turkish origin scored in the 3-2 win over Swansea and then went on a night out in London where he was joined by pop sensation Justin Bieber. If you have a good bank, call me!

"We keep that (negotiations) discreet".

"The Burnley game, they were very well organised and we found it very hard", said the England man. And he was reluctant to underline how important keeping Ozil was, unless he strengthened the player's camp in negotiations.

On the player's overall form, he said: "He lets the passion for the game come out of his body and that is what you want from him. The more I say that, the more he is in a stronger position".

Wenger commented on this saying, "It's not just money". "Arsenal can win titles of course".

'We are in a league where Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea, everybody fights and you can not guarantee that'.

"Sometimes he makes some clumsy tackles because he's not a natural defender, he is a guy who likes to go forward".

"We have the same number of points as Manchester City so it's down to us to continue".

Defensive midfielder Francis Coquelin has stressed that Arsenal can ill afford to take anything for granted at home to Bulgarian minnows Ludogorets on Wednesday night as it seeks to finally finish top of a Champions League group.

Wenger said that if he had one criticism of this Arsenal team, it was their complacency. Go us! Yay sports! Then we were down to 10 men and you think what looked like a promising afternoon could become a nightmare.

"When you see him in training, he scores basically when he wants. We are going to come out and play like we have in the other games we have had". They caused us problems out there today.

Junior Stanislas fired a brace to add to goals from Steve Cook, on his 200th appearance for the club, Charlie Daniels, Callum Wilson and Dan Gosling, as Eddie Howe's men romped to their record Premier League victory.

"The good thing was that I could run back onto the pitch afterwards, even if I couldn't stay on for long".