Arsenal is ready to keep Unai Emery as their manager despite their recent run of bad form.
The Gunners’ failure to beat Southampton at the weekend means that they have failed to win in the league since the start of October.
There have been calls for Unai Emery’s sacking but the club came out in defence of the former PSG boss.
The Independent claims that the Gunners have no plans to fire Emery at the moment but that position might change after their game against West Ham.
Southampton was the start of a set of winnable games that the Gunners will play before the end of the year and the club hopes that they can get some good results from them.
According to the report, the Gunners have hopes that a win could spark a set of wins that would build some confidence in their players.
They claim that there is still belief in Unai Emery’s vision but the club is worried that the application of it hasn’t been effective enough.
The report also claims that several of the club’s players still believe in Emery’s method even though they haven’t been vocal about it.
Arsenal is not looking for a replacement for Emery yet, but that situation may change if the Gunners fail to win their game against West Ham.