Arsene Wenger is unperturbed with reports that say over 2,000 Arsenal fans have returned their season tickets to the club following a poor run of results.
The Gunners have observed poor campaign in second part of the season as their out of contention for the title chase and battling for a top four finish.
They were also swept of in the Champions League, failed to defend the FA Cup and won just two games since February.
According to Leaguelane.com sources in North London, about 2,000 Arsenal fans have taken their season tickets back to the club and when Arsene Wenger was asked about his concerns on the issue, ahead of the Thursday’s game against West Brom, he said:
“Everybody is free to do what they want with their season ticket.”
“We have to live with that. It’s a Thursday night, it’s unusual, we just had a disappointing result at home, maybe that plays a part as well.”
“First of all it’s not experienced yet and we have to live with that. But we have to take that with distance as well, and focus on our job.”
“The emotional part in our game is always very high but changes very quickly as well. Judgement from people is something we have to live with.”
“It’s down to us to change that belief and judgement.”
The Club’s torrid campaign has fueled talks that duo Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil who has two years contract left with Arsenal will move to another side this summer.
But Wenger says Arsenal are not in a any sort of rush to extend their contract.
“These two players have two years to go on their contracts at the end of the season. That is why we are not in a hurry. The players are very keen to stay and we are talking.”