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Arsene Wenger hints at no summer signings for Arsenal


Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says he has enough depth in his squad as the Gunners continue their quest to finish second in the English Premier League.

The Frenchman believes his players suffered mental and physical fatigue after last summer's World Cup Finals in Brazil but expects a stronger start next season especially if the Gunners qualify directly for next season's Champions League.

"That's our challenge, to finish well and take that strength into the next season," Wenger said on Friday.

"If you ask me if I am happy with the depth of the squad I say certainly yes because I have many international top quality players who are not even in the squad on Saturdays when everyone is available. That has not been the case for many years.

"The start of the season is linked with belief as well. We can just strengthen the belief by finishing well.

"Manchester City had ups and downs and started stronger than us, so they were a long time in front of us. Manchester United are a bit like Arsenal, they had a slow start and became stronger in the second part of the season.

"I think our slow start was down to post-World Cup problems and to the fact as well that we had to play the qualifiers for the Champions League.

"It always takes a lot out of you but overall I believe that we've found a better balanced team during the season as well."

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