Arsenal won't sell Ozil, Sanchez in January - Wenger

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Victory in the north London derby at home to Tottenham was followed up with a last-gasp win at Burnley before Huddersfield were dispatched 5-0 at the Emirates on Wednesday. "They are a very strong team." . I have been in to see them after the game.

"We played a bit inhibited and when we scored the second goal everybody was suddenly had more movement and passed the ball quicker, they struggled as well maybe and thought that was game over".

Few expect the Terriers to come away with any points from their clash with Arséne Wenger's side but as Williams has said, he and his team-mates will be doing what they can to upset the odds.

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The Gunners, who finished fifth and won the FA Cup last season, are now fourth in the Premier League table as they prepare to welcome Jose Mourinho's men to north London. Unless something incredible happens, I don't think that will change.

When asked whether he thought the pair would remain at the club long term, Wenger said: "I am not the only one to decide that".

With Arsenal improving defensively in recent months and the big-money addition of Alexandre Lacazette helping Ozil and Sanchez with the attacking burden, the Gunners look likely to push for a top four finish and if they stay free of injuries they have a great chance of returning to the Champions League for next season.

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He went on to say that Huddersfield will look to play with the energy and the spirit that they have become known for under Wagner.

The club have not won the Premier League since the 2003/04 season. I have to consider the interests of Jack Wilshere and Arsenal Football Club together.

Another Arsenal player whose contract expires at the end of the season is England midfielder Jack Wilshere, who has been restricted to just three substitute appearances in the Premier League.

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