We can win title - Wenger
Arsene Wenger says the next two games against Manchester City and Chelsea will determine whether Arsenal are title contenders.
The Gunners started the season slowly with two goalless draws but have since burst in to life with a 2-0 win at Liverpool and a 6-1 hammering of Southampton at the weekend.
It leaves Wenger's men sitting in fourth spot on eight points and although the Frenchman believes they could have a chance of winning the title this season, he is refusing to get carried away.
The trip to City this weekend will be a huge benchmark as will the visit of Chelsea the week after, and Wenger says he will know a lot more after those two games.
"We will know that after 10 games," Wenger revealed. "I think we have a chance. But do we develop well, do we keep our attitude? I think we have a chance but at the moment I don't know how strong our opponents are. We've not played against any of the title contenders yet.
"We won the championship in 2004 and we played against Chelsea in November the following season and I finished the game thinking: 'We've just played against the new champions'.
"It will be important to see how we do against the bigger teams. It will be interesting.
"It will be a test next Sunday but for us the most important part will be to maintain our level of performance that we showed against Southampton and go from game to game."