Read all the fall-out from the Gunners' tenth straight win – including a blunt verdict on what it might mean for Arsene Wenger's hopes of returning to the game – in our round-up below of all the Arsenal news.
ARSENE PAST SELL-BY DATE?
ARSENAL'S tenth straight win under Unai Emery suggests predecessor Arsene Wenger's tactics were outdated.
That's the verdict of SunSport's Mark Irwin after the Gunners roared back to beat Leicester 3-1 last night. Read his opinion here to see if you agree – the day after Wenger celebrated his 68th birthday.
OZIL BREAKS RECORD
MESUT OZIL became the highest-scoring German player in Premier League history when he topped his sensational display in Arsenal's 3-1 win against Leicester with a classy equaliser.
The former Real Madrid midfielder now has 30 top-flight strikes, one more than Tottenham legend Jurgen Klinsmann managed.
TWITTER erupted like the Emirates itself last night – to hail what social media users claimed was the long-awaited return of a proper atmosphere at Arsenal's ground.
Many fans believe Unai Emery's golden run is transforming the mood after Arsene Wenger increasingly divided opinion in the latter stages of his 22 years as Gunners boss.
LUC AT THAT
LUCAS TORREIRA has been at the centre of Arsenal's transformation in fortunes under Unai Emery this season, and many will have noticed he is also heavily tattooed.
Among the most important is one under his sock, paying homage to boyhood club Institucion Atletica de 18 de Julio, who gave him his start in football.
LAYING DOWN THE LAUR
LAURENT KOSCIELNY has returned to Arsenal training after a SIX MONTH spell on the sidelines.
The Frenchman ruptured his achilles against Atletico Madrid in May, missing the World Cup, but could soon be back in action.
WENG AND A PRAYER
JACK WILSHERE says he would have stayed at Arsenal had Arsene Wenger remained as manager.
The West Ham midfielder said the Frenchman had complete trust in him but he was told by new boss Unai Emery that he was not part of his plans.
GUNNERS ANGLING FOR BATES
ARSENAL are reportedly leading the chase for Hamburg's former Rangers centre-back David Bates.
The Scotland Under-21 international has shone in the German second-tier this season.
ARSENAL have been brutally trolled on Twitter after the club posted a tweet celebrating ten years since Aaron Ramsey's first goal for the club.
It was revealed earlier in October that the Gunners had taken their offer of a new deal for the Welshman off the table.
ARSENAL are preparing for a quiet January transfer window after revealing Stan Kroenke does NOT plan on splashing the cash.
Director of football Raul Sanllehi warned boss Unai Emery he will only get transfer funds if there is an emergency.
NO LACA RESPECT
UNAI EMERY is loving working with Alexandre Lacazette — two years after chasing him as Paris Saint-Germain boss.
The Arsenal striker is now playing a key role in Emery’s attempt to forge a new era at the Emirates.
ARSENAL fans brutally mocked Chelsea's Marcos Alonso after the defender stayed down following a collision and was ignored by the referee, leading to an Anthony Martial goal.
Gunners fans vividly remembered an incident 18 months ago when Alonso knocked Hector Bellerin over leading to a goal from Diego Costa.
REISS NELSON has netted two more goals for Hoffenheim.
The Arsenal loanee scored twice as the German side ran out 3-1 Bundesliga winners at Nurnberg.
PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG showed off his unusual style, turning up to an interview with Alex Scott in fluffy sleepers.
The Gunners striker was talking ahead of their clash against Leicester City on Monday.
NO NEW FACES
UNAI EMERY is set to be stuck with his current squad for the remainder of the season.
Arsenal's new football chief Raul Sanllehi has revealed that the club are not looking to sign any new players in the January transfer window.
NO KOSC-CUTTING ON FITNESS
UNAI EMERY has told Arsenal skipper Laurent Koscielny to be patient and wait until December for his return.
The French defender is back in training after being out since May with an Achilles problem.
WENGER FOR REAL OR BAYERN?
ARSENE WENGER is sure to return as a manager, maybe even with Real Madrid or Bayern Munich if he is patient.
Read why SunSport's Martin Lipton is making such a prediction for the ex-Arsenal boss by clicking here.
ULI'S C**P APOLOGY
BAYERN MUNICH president Uli Hoeness says he should not have called Arsenal star Mesut Ozil 's**t'… because c**p would have been a better word.
Hoeness blasted Ozil after the midfielder claimed racism and discrimination were factors in him quitting international football – after he flopped at the World Cup.
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