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Alex Iwobi speaks on Arsene Wenger's contract extension at Arsenal

Alex Iwobi speaks on Arsene Wenger's contract extension at Arsenal

- Super Eagles forward Alex Iwobi is happy that Arsene Wenger signed another deal

- The 21-year-old Nigerian international stated that Arsenal will challenge for the title next term

- Arsene Wenger was badly criticized last season in the Premier League

Nigerian international Alex Iwobi has expressed satisfaction following his manager's choice of signing another two year extension with the Gunners.

Despite heavy criticism at the just concluded Premier League season, Arsenal won the FA Cup beating Premier League champions Chelsea in the final.

The Super Eagles forward has now vowed that him and his teammates will fight hard and win the Premier League title for the Frenchman next season.

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Alex Iwobi speaks on Arsene Wenger's contract extension at Arsenal

Arsene Wenger and Alex Iwobi

“I’m backing Arsene Wenger to win the league title at Arsenal again. There won’t be a single player in our dressing room next season who will not fight for him.

“We’d run through brick walls for the boss. I’m pleased because he really is Mr Arsenal, isn’t he? He has made it the great institution it is today.

“He showed faith in me and gave me the opportunity to step into the first team after coming through the academy. Unfortunately, he has not tasted a Premier League title since 2004, but look what he has achieved in his time here.

“Even last weekend, he became the manager who has won the FA Cup seven times — more than any other. I’m happy he’s staying — so are the rest of the lads — because it’s good for the club, good for the team.” the 21-year-old explained.

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