Wojciech Szczesny: I don’t understand why anyone would want Wenger to leave
Written by Renzo on May 8, 2011 12:50
Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny confessed it is frustrating to see other teams fighting for the English Premier League.
Speaking after last week’s win against Manchester United in which the Gunners showed that they are good enough to beat the leaders, the Poland International explained that the next step for the Arsenal players is to step it up, to show that they are capable of achieving their objectives.
On manager Arsene Wenger, the youngster said that he is the best in the world adding that he cannot understand why some don’t want him in charge of the Gunners anymore.
The 21-year old concluded by saying that this is a young squad but hungry for success and that it is important to now focus on next season and win the title next year.
Ahead of next season, Szczesny said:
We have to prove we can step up. We believe we are good enough to make that extra step to win the League. Let’s show everyone we are capable of doing so.
Manchester United have been more consistent and they didn’t drop silly points like we did in the last couple of weeks. That’s why they are top of the table.
It’s frustrating because all the way I have believed we are going to be the side that were going to win the Premier League. It’s frustrating to see other teams fighting for it.
If you ask any of the players, we will all stand by the manager. He built this team from nothing and he’s the best manager in the world, so I don’t understand why anyone would want him to leave.
We all take individual responsibilities for our mistakes. You can’t blame the boss. We have a young team and we have a lot of years in front of us. Let’s be patient and show next year we are good enough to win the league.