Wenger on...the team's performance
''It was important to win and I feel we did it well and in a controlled way. We scored two unusual goals from set pieces and I hoped in the second half we would find some more space but Everton never came out. Without the third goal you have to play a bit in a controlled well - less sharp but tactically controlled."
Wenger on...Sol Campbell's return
"He was impatient to come back and he came back quicker than expected. He's a leader. I rushed him back a bit because losing Vieira, Henry and Campbell was too much in terms of experience. I was uncertain about his fitness but he's remarkably fit. When you're a competitor and there's no competition you're frustrated and it affects you mentally. You can see the frustration because he has not been at his best because of different ankle problems. At some stage you wonder how good you still are. But I feel his hunger and his desire to come back for us, first, but for England as well. He's a proud man and when his pride is touched his competitiveness becomes very sharp."
Wenger on...Campbell's England chances
"He has hunger and desire to come back - firstly for us but also for England. He is a proud man and when his pride is touched his competitiveness becomes very sharp. Sol has experience, pace and physical power, which nobody else has together. He has the ingredients which all make him certainly someone for Sven to consider and I am sure he will consider him."
Wenger on...his side's return to form
"I feel the team is back focused, with belief, disciplined and sharp. Ideally we would like to score all types of goals, in the last two games we have scored from set pieces, but we want to keep scoring the goals we love.''
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