Arsene Wenger has called on Arsenal’s fans to get behind the team after their poor start to the Premier League season.
Wenger and his team have already found themselves to be under pressure this season after losing two out of their first three Premier League games.
The Gunners were thoroughly outplayed as they suffered a humiliating 4-0 loss at the hands of Liverpool at Anfield before the international break.
Wenger is aiming to steer Arsenal to their first Premier League title since their famous unbeaten triumph in the 2003-04 campaign.
And although Wenger is the first to concede that his team have been very poor so far this season, he is demanding that both his players and the fans step up in the coming weeks.
Wenger told beIN Sports: “People always make their mind up very quickly.
“The players forget very quickly how good they are. Much quicker than you think.
“We have to continue to believe in our strengths and not forget that to have a successful season we need our fans.
“Our fans can say ‘OK our squad is not good enough, we are not good enough and think OK we have no chance’.
“That will not work. We want our fans to be behind us in this moment, even though we are very sorry for what we delivered but to have a successful team we need to have that.
“Let’s not forget, not one and a half months ago we won the FA Community Shield and the FA Cup in a very convincing way with the same players,’ he added.
“What we learnt from this defeat is that we were not at all at the level that is expected from us and that we must, very quickly, show that was a complete accident.
“It would be absolutely stupid to say today that we give up in the race for the championship.”
Arsenal return to Premier League action on Saturday afternoon with a home clash against Bournemouth at The Emirates as they bid to get back to winning ways and get their season back on track.
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