Wenger content with the strength of his squad

The 62-year-old boss has revealed that he is more than pleased with the players available to him and stated that he won't be buying players simply for the sake of it
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has declared himself "relaxed" with the state of his squad on the final day of the transfer window, as he hinted that there may not be any further transfer action at the club.

After signing the likes of Lukas Podolski, Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla this summer, the French boss suggested that although he has resources available to spend, he may not make any late moves at all in the transfer market.

"I am relaxed, we have enough players, that is for sure, but you want always to improve your squad," Wenger told the Daily Telegraph.
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"We have resources available so if it is not happening now it will happen in December.

"But we believe strongly that we have the quality in our squad to do very well.

“We bought Cazorla, Podolski and Giroud so you cannot say we have not bought but, when you listen to people, you always have to buy more."

One of the major factors behind Wenger's reasoning is that the club are still nursing the likes of Jack Wilshere and Bacary Sagna back to full fitness and he believes that once he has a fully fit squad, they have more than enough depth.

"Getting our injured players back is the best way for us to strengthen the squad.

"We do not just want to bring average players in. Spending in itself is not a quality. Buying good players is a quality, better players than you have is a quality."