The Gunners chief executive believes that the sometimes-criticised approach taken at the Emirates Stadium is paying off following a pre-tax profit of €46 million for 2011-12
The American claims that the pre-tax profit of €46 million (£36.6m) demonstrates that their model for running the north London side, which has been criticised in recent years, is paying off.
Wages at the Emirates Stadium increased from €158m (£124m) to €180m (£143m) between 2010-11 and 2011-12, but Gazidis insists that the Gunners are in ready to fulfil Uefa's Financial Fair Play guidelines aimed at forcing European clubs to live within their means.
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"We have qualified for the Champions League for the 15th season in a row whilst off the pitch we have a business strategy and infrastructure that is helping us to grow our revenues.
"This revenue growth will provide sustainable funds for future investment in the team whilst keeping within the Uefa Financial Fair Play requirements. We can and will forge our own path to success."
Arsenal sit in fifth place in the Premier League having remained unbeaten through their first five matches of the new season.