Injuries to Olivier Giroud, Nicklas Bendtner and Yaya Sanogo have left the Premier League leaders without a fully-fit senior striker ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup third round tie against north London rivals Tottenham.
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He said: "He is not a name we have considered at the moment. We have not contacted anybody.
"We are just considering our options. I must confess they are quite restricted."
Despite Arsenal's busy schedule of late and Wenger’s track record of having rested his key men for domestic cup competitions, the Gunners boss insists he will pick his strongest possible line-up for the visit of Spurs who look rejuvenated under the management of Tim Sherwood.
"We want to win the next game, that is vital for us and I would only rest players who could get injured," added Wenger, who could welcome back Mesut Ozil should he pass a fitness test due to take place on Friday.
"In this case I consider this game a top level Premier League game, I have to treat it like that. The FA Cup is an opportunity we want to take, we can give absolutely everything in this game.
"I had the luck to win four FA Cups and I'm keen for us to win it again."