By Nik Brumsack
Arsène Wenger says the atmosphere at Emirates Stadium is dependent on his team’s displays - and is urging his team to generate exciting performances on their own turf.
Arsenal have already been beaten twice at home this season, though they have won four of the other fixtures at the Emirates.
Wenger wants a good atmosphere for Saturday’s London derby with Fulham - and says his team must put on a show that ignites the fans.
“The atmosphere comes from the team, not the fans and we have to think like that,” he said.
"We had one or two flat game at home, I agree, especially the game against Schalke [and] even the game against QPR. I believe that it’s down to the quality of our game - that’s our responsibility.”
- Wenger was speaking at Great Ormond Street Hospital, where the Club opened a Lung Function Unit - a legacy from the Club’s partnership with GOSH during the 2009/10 season