ARSENAL have drawn two and lost one of their last three Premier League games, but Arsene Wenger says they will pull through.
Arsene Wenger is confident Arsenal are still in the mix for the Premier League title despite admitting they are going through “a bad spell.”
The Gunners were held by Tottenham before losing 2-1 away to West Brom last week and a spirited Norwich City came from a goal down to force a 1-1 draw at Carrow Road on Sunday.
Wenger accepts results should be better but, with Arsenal still just two points behind joint leaders Manchester City and Leicester City, the 66-year-old sees little reason to panic.
He said: “We have to go through that spell. We’ve had a bad spell of three games where we took only two points, but we’re still not far and that’s alright. It’s not enough, but we have an opportunity to come back.
“It was a difficult game. Norwich were focused and at a top level physically, we play every time with 10 players in their own half and we were not incisive enough to break through.
“Maybe, the turning point was at 1-0 up, we allowed ourselves to drop a little and let them back into the game. — Omnisport
“We had to dig deep to get through the second half, we were a little jaded. I would say it was a fair point for Norwich but, on the injury front, it was a bad game for us.” – Omnisport