Arsenal stalwart confirms club are not good enough for the title

Arsenal centre-back Laurent Koscielny has openly admitted that the club are not at the required standard to win the league at the moment, as has been reported by the London Evening Standard.

Although the club finished in second place last season, the 10 point deficit to eventual champions, Leicester City, makes Koscielny question the current squad depth that they have and he is certain that there will be more investment to come from the Gunners this summer.

The French defender held firm in his support of Arsene Wenger and, unsurprisingly, was very thankful for the opportunities which the Arsenal manager has afforded him.

Injuries were bemoaned once more by Koscielny and, despite a brief dip in form, he admitted that the squad will need more depth to conquer the sort of injury crisis they faced last season. The defender was honest about his disappointment at the club’s performance last season, but feels that with new signings the club can compete next season.