Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is convinced his team is getting better as the season goes on. The Gunners had a fine display at the Kind Power Stadium were they beat Claudio Ranieri's Foxes 5-2, with Alexis Sanchez scoring a hat-trick. However, the French boss reckons the quality of their game is getting better. "It has been two weeks and the league is tight again,” he said, as Arsenal.com quoted. “You have to be consistent and that is what we focus on. "I feel like the quality of our game is getting better week by week. Overall we are finding the level back that we showed at the end of the season. “We came to Leicester who have not lost this season and the fact that we came here and won in a convincing way was important for the confidence as well. “I’m just glad I did my job for the team and the fans. I’m not too concerned about the result. I have had 30 years of football and I know what is important and that is good football. “What you want is to manage a team that enjoys to play together and gets better every week.” The north London side ended Leicester City's unbeaten run.