Wenger after Swansea win: "We were relentless until the end."

Arsène Wenger expressed his joy at his Arsenals 4-0 win over Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium.

Strikes by Olivier Giroud and Alexis Sanchez and two own goals sealed three points for the Gunners on Saturday, with Aaron Ramsey explaining how key it was to score the first goal on the day.

And following the win, Wenger said of his team's performance as arsenal.com quoted: "We had some problems to get going but I put that down to the fact that Swansea played very well in the first half. They were well-organised, they put unbelievable work in and certainly the second half we took over and they couldn’t follow the pace that we put into the game any more.

"We were relentless until the end and much sharper in the transitions and more accurate and quicker in our passing. That made a big difference.

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"But overall, for them, I must say we were a bit fortunate with two goals and in their position of course it’s mentally difficult. But they should take some encouragement from their performance today because they have shown in the first half that they have quality, and when you are down there, of course it’s a vicious circle because you lack confidence.

"When you lack confidence you need a win and when you lose a game it’s even more difficult. I still feel they have enough quality to get out of it."

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