Unai Emery insisted it is too early for supporters to sing “We’ve got our Arsenal back” despite the Gunners going after their tenth successive win against Leicester City on Monday night.
The chant rang out at the end of Arsenal’s 5-1 win at Fulham prior to the international break which sent them into fourth place in the Premier League, two points behind Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool at the top.
The Gunners have not won ten in a row since 2007 but when asked about the fans’ song and his impact since replacing Arsene Wenger in the summer, head coach Emery said: “I am not agreeing totally with the response of the supporters. I think we need to improve a lot. I think we have to continue doing a lot of the things to get better.
“Our demands need to be very high. The supporters can enjoy it with us but also we’re speaking with our reality every day. We need to improve because for example the match against Fulham was a very good result and a very good game for 90 minutes. But in the first 45 minutes I thought we needed to do better.