Unai Emery acknowledged the ‘amazing’ supporters after the 3-1 Wolves defeat when some of the Arsenal players were noticed walking straight towards the exit tunnel without paying respect to the travelling fans.
It was a disheartening loss for the club who remained in the fifth spot of the Premier League with their second consecutive league defeat of the season.
When asked about the players ignoring the club’s supporters after the loss, Emery said “Our supporters were amazing, they were with us and they helped us. Also, they are going to be disappointed today. We need to say to them that they are here with us and we appreciate that a lot.
“After that, we are going to do all we can against Leicester on Sunday to take three points. We need to be together, the club, the players and the supporters.
“We started at the beginning after [losing] the first two matches in the Premier League, little by little we’ve come back and we are taking chances to be in the top four which is our difficult target. We are now with possibilities, not in our hands, but it’s a possibility.
“All these players have worked for this opportunity. Now, we lost today, we lost Sunday and we are very disappointed with that, but we need to continue.
“Also we have two competitions – the Premier League and Europa League – two ways to go to the Champions League, our objective.
“We need to continue being strong in our mentality, strong with our confidence, strong in our capacity. We are going to analyse how we can be competitive, how we can be better as a team in the [next] matches.”