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Arsene Wenger insists: Alexis Sanchez is happy at Arsenal

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Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez is happy and is not distracted by the continuous speculation surrounding his future.

Recent reports have claimed that Real Madrid will make a move to sign him during the winter transfer window.

But the Frenchman is convinced that the Chilean is fully focused on doing well at Arsenal.

"All the players are [in my plans], he's not more than another," Wenger explained.

"I said I chose the team at Chelsea who can be strong on the counter-attack and fight very hard and Alexis could have played if he was 100 per cent fit at the start, but for me there's no real hierarchy.

"I have six or seven strikers, but if I go in one game with three strikers, the three who have not played will play in midweek in no matter what competition it is. That is nothing calculated.

"I think that [saying he is distracted] is coming into very quick conclusions," said the boss. "He has been out and injured, I thought he was still a bit short physically on Sunday, and I played him against Doncaster to give him more competition.

"The the impression I have [is that he's happy]."

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