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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta insists Manchester City remain Premier League title favourites after victory over Arsenal.
Eddie Nketiah‘s 90th minute effort secured a euphoric win over Erik ten Hag‘s improving side to maintain their five-point lead over champions City, who beat Wolves earlier in the day.
But Arteta said, “I know my team so well. I know where we are, I know why we are here and I know where we want to be and we are far from that.
“I know the levels of the other teams and one especially that has won in the last five or six years and we are not there yet.”
Arteta says the win will be a huge boost to his players’ self belief.
He said, “I hope they believe, not that they (believe they) are champions, but they are good enough to play against these teams and that they have done it.

“We talked about that in the last two or three days. We know our reality, we know still how much we have to improve.
“We know what’s taken us to the position we are today and we have to reinforce that every day.
“(Wins like this gives us) Belief and confidence that we are going in the right direction. That the way we’re playing is going to reward them.
“It’s just pure spirit, pure belief and testament to what we do. In my opinion that’s what we have to continue.”

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