- Unai Emery has been under immense pressure following Arsenal's string of poor results
- Arsenal have failed to win in their last five matches in all competitions leaving Emery’s status as manager under increasing threat
- The under-fire Spaniard can however breath a sigh of relief, with the club's top brass said to be behind him
Arsenal chiefs have reportedly assured embattled Unai Emery of their support despite the club's poor run of results in recent weeks.
The Gunners extended their winless streak in the Premier League to over a month following their 2-0 defeat to Leicester on Saturday evening, November 9.
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Goals from Jamie Vardy and James Maddison condemned the north London outfit to their worst start to a season since 1982.
The dip in form has seen a section of fans call for Emery's head, demanding for the axing of the Spaniard as manager.
However, Arsenal's hierarchy has moved to assure the embattled tactician of their backing as he looks to steady the ship.
According to a UK Mirror report citing The Athletic, Arsenal have no plans to get rid of Emery, with the club's top brass "100 per cent" behind the manager.
Board members technical director Edu and Head of Football Raul Sanllehi were both in attendance at the King Power Stadium but are understood to be happy to report "clear signs of improved performance" and are on the "right path."
Arsenal currently sit sixth in the table, behind Sheffield United on goal difference, and eight points adrift of the top four.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Arsenal fans have called for the sacking of Spanish boss Unai Emery shortly after Joe Willock won the club's October Goal of the Month award.
Willock scored a brilliant 30-yard effort against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup which ended in a shoot-out defeat after playing 4-4 in regulation time.
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