West Brom head coach Tony Pulis is convinced Arsenal have a stronger squad than Premier League table-toppers Chelsea. Olivier Giroud's late header helped seal a vital win for the Gunners over West Bromwich on Boxing Day at the Emirates Stadium. The Baggies also lost to Chelsea earlier this month at Stamford Bridge, however, following the defeat to Arsene Wenger's side on Monday, Pulis reckons Antonio Conte's Blues aren't as strong as the north Londoners.
Read More: Koscielny says Arsenal's full focus is on winning the Premier League. "If you look at the players who were not playing and not in the team today, and then you look at Chelsea's, I think Arsenal have definitely got the stronger squad," he said.
"They have most probably got the staying power to see them through and it will be interesting to see what Chelsea do." Chelsea, who set a club record of 12 consecutive league wins after beating Bournemouth on Boxing Day, will go into the January transfer market to strengthen their side, Pulis stated. "I think Chelsea will spend, I don't think [owner Roman] Abramovich will sit back on what he's got. "It will be an interesting window for the top four or five clubs."