- Arsenal have picked just two points from their last three Premier League matches
- A section of fans are becoming increasingly impatient with Unai Emery
- There are already reports Jose Mourinho could replace the under-fire Spaniard
A defiant Unai Emery has suggested he is not prepared to throw in the towel just yet despite growing pressure to quit as Arsenal boss.
Emery has come under immense scrutiny in recent weeks following a string of poor results, with a section of fans calling for his head.
The Gunners are winless in three of their last Premier League matches, losing once and drawing two.
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The disappointing results has seen the north London club fail to break into the top four, with their 1-1 draw against Wolves on Saturday, November 2, leaving them sitting third on the log with 17 points, three behind fourth-placed Leicester who still have a match to play.
Many now contend the club is not making any progress under Emery, despite the Spaniard being backed in the summer with a number of signings.
But when asked after the Wolves encounter if he felt his position was under threat, Emery issued a defiant response, before lauding his wards for putting up a spirited fight during the clash.
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"I am very demanding myself and I feel my responsibility to work every time to come back with a better result in the next matches," Mail Online quoted the tactician.
"I am frustrated with the result and also because we lost two very good opportunities at home against two teams who we didn't win against last season either. But I think the players tried and worked (hard)," he continued.
The former PSG manager's contract with Arsenal is set to expire at the end of the season, although has the option of an additional year.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Arsenal vs Wolves saw saw Aubameyang record two big milestones as he wore Gunners captain armband for the first time since joining from Dortmund and also scored his 50th goal for the club.
Aubamenyang's goal against Wolves took his tally for Arsenal to 50 in 78 appearances.
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