Arsenal fans, welcome to the last round-up of the week.
We’ll confess we’re just as ready to embrace the weekend as you are, but before we do so there’s some breaking news to relay for your enjoyment.
Below is the latest information we could find on your club. Pretty please take the time to read it, perhaps watch the video above if you want the news presented to you and leave thoughts and opinions in the comments box below.
Ozil's 'world-class' - Wenger
Some Arsenal supporters remain unconvinced over Mesut Ozil’s credentials, but Arsene Wenger is of the opinion that he’s world-class.
The Frenchman told in a press conference how he thought the Germany international was of the very highest calibre but did insist that he wanted him to add goals to his game.
Wenger admitted Ozil needed to be finding the back of the net more rather than simply setting up others, which is a fair point given that he’s only scored 10 Premier League goals in two and a bit seasons.
"A player of his calibre, you want him to add goals to his assists. He is world class," Wenger said, as per Goal.com.
No Nolito move
In transfer news, there will be no January transfer move to the Emirates Stadium for Celta Vigo striker Nolito, who has confirmed he will not be leaving his current club in the next window.
The striker has been linked with Arsenal for the past few months but said he would not be transferring in January and would be letting God decide his future.
Wenger's Ramsey regret
And to finish, Wenger has conceded that he regrets having played Aaron Ramsey in the Premier League fixture against Watford.
The Welshman featured twice for Wales in the two games they played during the international break, with the strain on his body seemingly taking its toll by way of a hamstring injury.
Ramsey limped off during the Champions League win over Bayern Munich and now looks set to be sidelined for a month.