It is now getting a little crazy when it comes to Arsenal and the state the club is actually in.
Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp reckons Arsenal is in big trouble and could drop out of the top-six next season.
He also claims that Arsenal is miles behind Tottenham.
Now, I do not care for his opinion too much but I do think that his comments are absolutely ridiculous and not based on any facts but a collective form of hysteria.
Some serious perspective is required here.
Tottenham have bought just one single player for next season, that is it and while it may be a decent signing there is no guarantee it will improve them beyond what they achieved last season.
For Arsenal to drop out of the top six it has to be assumed that Chelsea will improve with a rookie manager and the loss of their best player.
It has to be assumed that one of the clubs below us make up double digits in points to catch us up.
It has to be assumed that we have another collapse or lose on a regular basis throughout the season and actually perform worse than we did last season.
So much would have to happen, all against us and for everyone else for Arsenal to drop out of the top-six.
Yes, we have defensive problems but we also have our potent attack, the third-best last season, intact but listening to the doom-mongers you would think we will not score more than ten goals next season.
Chelsea and Man Utd are currently in worse condition than us, Chelsea is weaker than last season and United have bought unproven talent so far and have huge problems with a mediocre manager.
And the idea that we are miles behind Tottenham is based on what? the huge one point they finished above us last season?
I do not believe I am being over-optimistic but realistic when I say there is no chance we will finish outside top-six and that I believe we have a better chance of a top-four finish than either Chelsea or Man Utd.