All things considered Danny Welbeck’s move from Manchester United to Arsenal last summer has been a success. He’s found good rapport with the Gunners faithful, settled in well with regards to Arsene Wenger’s style of play and, touch wood, it looks like Arsenal will finish higher than United in the Premier League. The striker has however admitted that he’s unhappy with how many goals he scored since his transfer to north London. Welbeck has four league goals to his name this year in 25 outings, and as a forward that’s a rather paltry return. Never fear though, he is confident of doing the business moving forward, stating things would go well for him in the future. Elsewhere Jose Mourinho has suggested Arsenal could replicate their Invincibles feat if they sign four top-class players. The Gunners drew 0-0 with Chelsea at the weekend, but Mourinho has said they're capable of big things.