Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger again insists that he is not close to signing anyone ahead of the summer transfer window.
Earlier this month the Frenchman said that he is happy with the depth in his squad and that he is ready to be patient during the transfer market.
"That's a very tricky question because we are not interested in anybody at the moment," Wenger said when asked if he is interested in Chelsea's Petr Cech.
Meanwhile, the 65-year-old believes the rivalry between Manchester United and Arsenal has not changed even if both teams failed to fight for the title this season.
"I believe the rivalry exists and there is a fierce rivalry between all the teams," he said.
"But is it a bit more respectful today? Maybe. It's not too bad. It's only the people who are not inside it who find it absolutely fantastic.
"It has [changed] because at the start it was mainly for a long period Man United and us, between 1998 and 2004. Then Chelsea joined, after you had Manchester City joining in, so it has changed, yes.
"We have been consistent on both sides. We have gone through some periods where we were really restricted in our finances when Man United were not.
"Sometimes I felt that we were fighting with three boxers who have much more resources than us, over the years, and on that front it was Chelsea, Man City and Man United for years who had a much higher calibre financially."