Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reveals why he's disappointed at Arsenal after January switch

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Deeney questioned Arsenal's attitude after his penalty helped Watford come from behind to beat the Gunners in the reverse fixture in October, but this time they were eventually well-beaten.

Vieira, who played for Arsenal between 1996 and 2005, has prior coaching experience with Major League Soccer side New York City but didn't want to discuss replacing Wenger.

Speaking specifically about Cech's clean sheet record, Wenger praised the 35-year-old for his ability to stay at the top over the course of his career. On top of that he saved a penalty today.

Holding says the manner of the win provided evidence Deeney's assertion was wide of the mark and says Arsenals players set out to show the Watford number nine what they are made of.

'He's gone from hell to heaven in the past week.

Patrick Vieira has ruled out succeeding Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager - though the Gunners legend admitted that the job would interest him "someday". He has a huge level of intelligence.

Speaking to Sky Sports' Alex Scott, Smith said after the game: "It's the situation at the club - there's a lot of unhappiness, a lot of lethargy, I'd say".

"I didn't see it myself but I did have that confirmed, which was part of the reason why the people in the directors' box had to go inside to save any more problems like that".

After Shkodran Mustafi's early goal, Watford grew into the game and applied concerted pressure to the Gunners defence at the end of the first half and start of the second.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang returns to the Arsenal line-up against Watford on Sunday. We took advantage of their weak moments.

"It was a convincing win".

Few goalkeepers get the man-of-the-match award when their team wins 3-0. "We tried to score, but both teams created many chances". "We had a nightmare week, and so overall we still have some work to do, but we are in a good way". There's a lot of negativity.

"I respect everyone's opinion but I focus totally on my job".

Wenger will restore Petr Cech in goal for the match against the Hornets with Calum Chambers expected to continue in place of the injured Hector Bellerin at right-back.

"Calum Chambers had cramps, because he played in a position which he is not used to for a centre back".