WOLVES v ARSENAL
WE’RE GUNNER PILE PAIN ON CITY Kick-off 7.45pm
ARSENAL keeper Wojciech Szczesny is keen to heap more misery on Manchester City by nicking second spot.
The Blues’ Premier League title hopes were all but ended on Sunday when the Gunners beat them 1-0.
Now Arsene Wenger’s side take on relegationhaunted Wolves intent on overhauling Roberto Mancini’s 10-point lead over them by the end of the season.
The Poland shot-stopper said: “City have lost their chance of the title. It was a big blow to us last year and they might drop a little bit.
“Who knows? Maybe we can catch them.
“Our aim is to win every game and if we do that we’ll be in the Champions League next season.”
Yossi Benayoun knows Wolves are fighting for their lives but is backing the Gunners’ class to see them through.
He said: “At this time of the season every game is a difficult one.
“Teams are fighting for their lives and it’s harder to play against them, especially away from home.
“It will be the same against Wolves, but if we are 100 per cent committed, we’ll win the game.”
Karl Henry admits Wolves need a “miracle” to avoid the drop.
The rock-bottom outfit were condemned to their SIXTH straight defeat under caretaker boss Terry Connor at Stoke, leaving them six points from safety.
And midfielder Henry admitted: “Nothing short of a minor miracle will keep us up now.
“We’re a result away from getting back into it and then hopefully we could go on a run of wins, but we’ve given ourselves a mountain to climb.”
Wolves can take heart from a 1-1 draw at the Emirates earlier in the season – one of their best results this term.
“Arsenal are a great side but they’re in form so it’s a tall order for us.”