Legendary Gunners striker Thierry Henry is worried that the club he loves so much is in danger of not winning the league in 25-years just like what has happened to Liverpool.
Liverpool came close to securing their first league title last season, but faltered in the final weeks of the campaign in what would have been the clubs first title since 1990 after finishing in second place two points behind Manchester City.
Arsenal is currently third, seven points behind league leaders Chelsea, and the Frenchman has told L’Equipe he wants to see his former club do all they can to win the title soon.
‘If I had told you in 1990 that Liverpool would not win the title in the next 25 years, you would have taken me for a madman. I don’t want the same thing to happen to Arsenal.
‘This year, we’re not so far off. With the exception of the first leg against Monaco, they are on the right track, but they undoubtedly dropped too many points at the start of the season.
‘But I think this squad can win the title in the years to come.’