Arteta - ‘100 wins is not a title’

Our victory against Fulham on Sunday was our 100th win of the Mikel Arteta era.

The boss brought up his century in his 168th game in charge, meaning his overall win percentage of 59.5 per cent is the highest of any Arsenal manager in history.

But more importantly, it was our 21st league win of the season so far, from 27 games played, and that was Arteta’s main focus after the final whistle at Craven Cottage.

“To come here and perform the way we’ve done against a team like Fulham in this stadium, I think the players deserve a big compliment. With the way we played, the goals that we scored, the clean sheet and the determination and purpose that we showed today to play the way we want to play.

“It’s great (100 wins), we have to continue like that, I’m delighted to do that, unfortunately, it’s not a title, so there’s still a lot to improve!”

Purely looking at this season, Arteta’s win ratio is at 73 per cent, and the boss was quick to pay credit to the team behind the team for the remarkable consistency the team has shown so far this season.

“It is incredible and that means that we have a lot of people doing the right things at the club. In the team a lot of players contributing immensely and especially the support that we have, which in my opinion, has absolutely transformed this team with that energy, so I’m really happy.”

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