Ian Wright spent two seasons under Arsene Wenger before being involved in a cross-city move to Upton Park, but he achieved something fantastic in his last season at the Highbury becoming the then leading goalscorer in the history of the club.

The 64-year-old manager has managed to earn a lot of critics thanks to his unique managerial methods and the former Arsenal striker is one of the noteworthy faces in what fans call the WOB. The Englishman, who currently works as a pundit with BT Sport, recently launched an attack on the Gunners manager for delaying the process of conversion of Theo Walcott into a striker by five years.

Arsenal were tipped to land their long-term target in Karim Benzema all summer by the European media, but the striker cleared the cloud stating that Santiago Bernabeu is his home. English media outlet Metro, however, now claims that the Gunners would again attempt to make Emirates Stadium his new home.

Real Madrid have time and again reiterated that they would opt against selling the French striker at all costs as they would then be left without even a single out-and-out world-class centre-forward.

Arsenal strolled by a sloppy Stoke side to climb to the second spot thanks to goals from Theo Walcott and substitute Olivier Giroud, but the Gunners ensured their goal conversion rate remained poor as the striking duo missed a few sitters.

Theo admitted that his name should have appeared on the score-sheet more than once, but expressed his delight to have gone off the mark after a dismal start to the season. He appeared to be altruistic as he called for the fans to recognize the role of midfield anchorman Francis Coquelin in the buildup for the goal while also branding the forty-yard assist from Mesut Ozil as fantastic.

Arsenal reportedly failed to complete a move for Edinson Cavani after a summer-long pursuit, but recent reports claim that the player himself will ensure the rumour comes to fruition in January, according to a gibberish report from Metro.

The Uruguay international has gone off to a brilliant start to the campaign scoring five goals in six competitive games for Paris Saint-Germain and there should not be any reason for him to be unhappy when he has hit a purple patch of form for a club that challenge for Ligue 1 title, not to mention Champions League, of course.

Arsenal strikers have been widely slammed for being unproductive in front of the goal, but manager Arsene Wenger has come for the rescue of his boys stating that the likes of Olivier Giroud can even notch up twenty goals this season.

The 64-year-old manager subtly launched an attack on fans stating that they expect strikers to be absolutely successful whilst they are unready to nurture them with trust and added that goals would be spread through the squad unlike the times when Robin van Persie donned the red and white shirt.