I know that the central midfield area is probably the strongest part of the current Arsenal squad, with options like Aaron Ramsey and the on loan Jack Wilshere to come back and fight for their places with the likes of Granit Xhaka, Elneny and Coquelin.
Arsene Wenger has already been sensible enough to remind the Arsenal players that our champions League opponents on Wednesday night will be no pushovers. The Swiss champions Basel have a recent habit of taking points, and sometimes all three, of clubs from England in European competition.
I guess you could see this last week as a positive one for Arsenal. The results have certainly been respectable, with a win over Southampton in the Premier League followed by a potentially vital draw away to Paris Saint-Germain in Europe thanks to a late strike from Alexis Sanchez and some inspired keeping from David Ospina.
Arsene Wenger has hinted that goalkeeper David Ospina will keep his Arsenal place for the remainder of the Champions League ties. The Colombian was a surprise inclusion in the starting line-up last night, but went on to be the stand-out performer in the Gunners side, making a number of decisive saves to deny their hosts.
Glenn Hoddle has urged Arsenal to take advantage of Layvin Kurzawa on the left side of the Paris Saint-Germain defence.
The former Tottenham and Chelsea midfielder has been talking about the upcoming Champions League tie between PSG and the Gunners tonight, and claims he can see a weakness in their line-up.
Arsenal are in France as they await to take on French champions PSG in the Champions League group stages, and Coqueiln believes the midfield battle will be key.
The Gunners boss has a conundrum on his hands as he looks to steer his side to get a result against Paris Saint-Germain today, with a number of midfielders vying for roles in the first-team.
Arsene Wenger was approached on a number of occasions to take over at Paris Saint-Germain, but his love for Arsenal is what stopped him.
The Gunners travel to the French capital to take on PSG later on today, in their opening Champions League group stage match of the season.
Olivier Giroud is hoping to add to his goal tally against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday, but is weary of the impact Edinson Cavani could have against Arsenal.
The Gunners travel to Paris to take on the French champions this week as they look to kick off their Champions League campaign with a win.