Does this response to Arsenal fans prove Wenger IS in Dreamland?

Bruno Martins Indi believes the referee made a'mistake in awarding Arsenal the first penalty

Bruno Martins Indi believes the referee made a'mistake in awarding Arsenal the first penalty

When I heard I could swap Manchester United for Arsenal, I said, "Yes, I want to do that", I didn't think twice.

"What will decide the attitude of the crowd is the quality of our game".

The Europa League comes to town on Thursday night as Arsenal host CSKA Moscow in the first leg of the quarter-final against the Russians. It is the biggest game of the season up until this point and the Gunners need to win it. "I have not decided he will start but he is available and ready to start".

"I'm always concerned when our stadium is not completely full", the Frenchman told reporters on Wednesday. Apathy towards the club's Premier League performances this campaign have seen some fans avoid home matches, with dwindling attendances in league fixtures and the earlier rounds of the Europa League. We are backing the French striker as our prediction in this game.

"I have been here over 20 years and one thing you can not complain about is the support".

"We are going to give our best to win those games and also see where we are in Europa League", adding "It is important to have a good result for the second leg".

Wenger has repeatedly been the subject of calls for him to leave from the stands, but he is unconcerned by the prospect of the atmosphere affecting his team's performance in the first leg against CSKA before heading to Russian Federation.

Arsenal have been boosted by the return to fitness of Alexandre Lacazette as they attempt to reach the final four of a European competition for the first time since 2008-09. "Everybody knows that the defensive line with the Ignashevich brothers, they are more than 35 years old and of course they can help them to play better and be more compact in defence". "Ideally you don't want to concede but you don't stop playing if you concede". "I just hope it won't affect both ties and that it will not affect the supporters".

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