Arsenal have a unique situation where everyone at the Emirates Stadium is pulling in the right direction, according to Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth.
The Gunners are currently top after making their best evert start to a Premier League season and Sheth has highlighted the atmosphere throughout the club as a key factor.
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Arsenal came into this season hoping to put things right having missed out on qualifying for the Champions League months earlier.
Simply finishing in the top four would have been the aim for the Gunners, but they’re already on course to achieve far more following their incredible start.
Having held on for a crucial 1-0 victory at Leeds on Sunday, Arsenal have now won nine of their first 10 games for the first time ever in the Premier League.
And their day got even better a couple of hours later when Liverpool defeated Manchester City to leave Mikel Arteta’s side clear at the top of the standings.
Arsenal have beaten two of their main rivals in Tottenham and Liverpool already this month and Sheth has praised the atmosphere Arteta has created from the players to the fans in the stadium.
What did Sheth say about Arsenal?
He told GIVEMESPORT: “If you look at what happens at the Emirates after a victory, you saw it after the Tottenham win, even after that win against Fulham, when they came from behind and won it late on, the crowd stayed there, they were all behind the players and suddenly, you’ve got something at that football club that not many people can get just now because they see their football club going somewhere and they like the players at the club. When you have that as a base, it’s a real positive.”
What’s next for Arsenal?
Despite their fantastic start, Arsenal’s first target will still be to ensure they return to Europe’s elite competition, which looks incredibly likely right now.
But if they keep churning out wins at their current rate, the sky is the limit for this hungry Gunners side, who look completely fearless and ready for the challenges ahead.
With Arsenal already on course to reach the knockout stages of the Europa League, their priority before the season pauses in mid-November is picking up as many points as possible from games with Southampton, Nottingham Forest, Chelsea, and Wolves, which all look winnable on paper.