The mood in North London has changed for the better since new star signing Mesut Ozil arrived. Within the space of a few hours, thousands converted from "Wenger out" to "In Wenger we trust".

I guess that's what world class players are all about. At £42.5 million, the sleek German was most definitely the buy of the season and could perhaps go down as one of the biggest bargains ever if you compare it to other transfers that take place nowadays.

Another signing which proved to be key - or, should I say, the most efficient signing of the transfer window for Arsenal was that of Mathieu Flamini. The Frenchman has been one of the key factors to Arsenal's recent good form. The additional signing of Ozil just seemed to lift everyone else's games and suddenly Arsenal look the part. 

With loads of injuries at the Emirates Stadium, they don't seem to be feeling it as much as expected. We talked about Arsenal's inexperienced players, not ready to win silverware for the squad for a few years but I firmly believe that is not the case anymore.

With youngsters such as star performers Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere stepping up to the plate, all faith in the Gunners can be restored.

With Olivier Giroud becoming more consistent every week and such a strong midfield to support him, I back him to get 20+ goals this season. It might still be early days but nonetheless Arsenal are playing beautiful football and they are getting the results as well.

A lot of credit has to be given to Arsene Wenger, the Frenchman was under a lot of pressure a few months ago but now is suddenly collecting Manager of the Month awards. 

It's actually a scary thought to think that the likes of Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla are still going to come into the picture when they return from injury. Wenger will be under pressure again - but a happier pressure, obviously. 

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