Arsenal legend Ray Parlour says Arsene Wenger is facing a selection headache ahead of their clash against arch rivals Tottenham at White Hart Lane.
Wenger's side continued their fine form on Sunday as they beat Aston Villa 5-0 at the Emirates and firm wins over Villa, Manchester City at the Etihad and Stoke City were all down to the quality of the Arsenal players.
With Santi Cazorla and Alexis Sanchez in good form, as well as Mesut Ozil edging back to sharpness, Parlour reckons the Arsenal manager has a good problem with the amount of talent he has available for selection this weekend.
“At the moment, Cazorla is playing so well that he has to play,” the former Arsenal midfielder 'Parlour' told Sportlobster.
“Sanchez has to play. If everyone were fit, I would have Özil on the left, Cazorla in the middle and Sanchez on the right. Olivier Giroud is my striker.
“Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain would be on the bench. It is a good problem to have, though.
“Having said this, I like Theo’s pace and he’s something different to the others.”