Nobody is laughing at Arsenal’s Premier League title ambitions, all of us are dreaming, roars Oleksandr Z… – The Irish Sun

NO ONE is laughing at Arsenal's Premier League title ambitions now, roared Oleksandr Zinchenko.
The Ukrainian has already won four Prem winner's medals during his time with Manchester City.
Having known what it takes to win, Zinchenko immediately believed that Arsenal could achieve big things after joining from City last summer.
And now, his team-mates believe him.
After yesterday's 3-2 victory over Manchester United, he bullishly told Premier League TV: "To be honest, when I had just arrived, the quality I saw…
"Obviously I knew the Arsenal team, I knew all of them before, but still I realised on the pitch we have everything to achieve big things.
"I started to speak in the dressing room, saying: 'Guys, forget top three or whatever, we need to think about the title.'
"Some of them were laughing but no one is laughing now and all of us are dreaming.
"But still there's a lot of games to play and now you can see United is back.
"City, as always, is there. Let's see what is going to happen, but we need to move step by step."
Eddie Nketiah fired a last-gasp winner against the Red Devils to send the Gunners into dreamland.
Mikel Arteta's side lead Man City by five points at the top of the table, even possessing a game in hand.
Despite their commanding position, pundit Gary Neville STILL doesn't believe they'll win the title.
Appearing on Sky Sports, he said: "I don't see them going on to win the league.
"I think Manchester City will win the league because I just think that what they've got in them is a special run, Manchester City.
"I think that at a point in the season Arsenal will lose one or two matches and City will be right on their shoulders and it will become very difficult for them."
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