By Joe Brewin

Arsène Wenger believes Financial Fair Play will make the Premier League an even more intriguing competition.

UEFA's Executive Committee unanimously approved plans in September 2009 to prevent clubs spending beyond their means. The measures will be implemented over a three-year period, with the break-even assessment covering the financial years ending 2012 and 2013 assessed during 2013/14.

Wenger insists the rules can only be good for the game because it ensures clubs are able to fight on a more even keel.

“What is realistic is to vote for the Financial Fair Play,” said the Frenchman. “I think it will be voted [for] in England [when it is put before the Premier League].

“You say we have an interesting league, it will be more interesting with FFP. If you look at the history of England, there is Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa and Derby County who have all won championships. If that is possible again it will be even more interesting."

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