Thierry Henry has admitted that he is concerned for Arsenal’s title hopes.
The Gunners lost 3-2 to Manchester United on Sunday to fall five points in arrears of Premier League leaders Leicester City in what was a lacklustre performance in a game they were expected to really cement their premiership chances.
However, the result left club legend Henry questioning whether or not Arsene Wenger’s men have the quality or the mental strength to hols aloft their first league trophy since 2004.
“That wasn’t the performance of a team who wants to be champions,” said Henry on Sky Sports.
“As an Arsenal fan, I’m thinking: ‘Can you show me you can be champions?’ and today they didn’t reassure me on anything. They were second-best in everything. It was a really poor performance.
“I wanted Arsenal to come here and win well to send a message. You need to learn how to win games when you’re not at the top of your game.
“They’re still in the title race, but as an Arsenal fan, how are you going to feel confident going to Tottenham, to Everton, to West Ham?”