ARSENAL remain maddeningly inconsistent under Mikel Arteta and this clash with Wolves will give us a better idea of whether the Gunners are ready to mount a sustained push for a top-four Premier League finish.
It was a frustrating January transfer window for Arteta as the club missed out on sealing deals for top targets such as Dusan Vlahovic and Alexander Isaak.
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The Gunners boss actually ended up with a weaker squad with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Callum Chambers and Ashley Maitland-Niles among 13 players leaving the Emirates.
That has left the fans a bit underwhelmed but Arsenal still have a decent first XI and a win at Molineux would rekindle hopes of landing an unlikely Champions League slot.
However, Wolves are one of the Premier League’s form teams, with four wins in their last five leaving them in eighth place, just two points adrift of the Gunners.
Bruno Lage’s men crashed out of the FA Cup at home to Norwich on Saturday, busting the coupon of our man Tolu, so they will be desperate to bounce back with a victory here.