The 67 year old French football manager and the Arsenal head coach thinks that his team is still in the title race.


The Gunners boss insist that the Gunners are still in the Title race despite they are 12 points short aback from the Chelsea team.

The 67 year old Arsenal manager did not lost his hope to overtaking the Chelsea side before the end of the season.

Wenger added: "It is never over; we are not to behave like that. Even if you [reporters] think like that, I don't,"

"We look at the teams who surround us, we are all in a pack that is very tight and the fight for every position is massive as it has always been in the Premier League – maybe even more so this season."

After the defeat at last Saturday the Gunners are sitting at the fourth position of the table with 47 points.

This season there is just five points difference between second spot and fifth spot team and the Arsenal manager knows that his team will face a tough challenge this season to qualify for the next season’s Champions league.

He added: "[Top four] is always difficult but maybe even tighter than ever. The way we respond to a disappointing result last Saturday is vital,"

"If it is over [title race] for us, then it is over for everyone else because we are in a pack there.

"They [Chelsea] have an advantage – they don't play in Europe, they play for nothing and have no midweek games."

In this Saturday the Gunners will host Hull City at the Emirates Stadium.
In the earlier match Arsenal player Hector Bellerin suffered a collision with the Chelsea player Marcos Alonso and now he have race against time to prove his fitness.

Wenger added: "Hector is going through tests every day,"

"We will only know tomorrow if he gets the green light."