Revitalised Gunners on brink of title Arsene Wenger believes the Premiership title will be on its way back to Highbury if Arsenal can avoid defeat at Newcastle on Sunday.

The Gunners boss watched in awe on Friday as Thierry Henry produced a brilliant hat trick to sink Liverpool and get his side's season back on track after the trauma of back-to-back FA Cup and Champions League defeats at the hands of Manchester United and Chelsea.

Regardless of the arithmetic, Wenger is convinced the 4-2 win has put his side within touching distance of the title.

"I feel no matter what happens we'll stay in command and if we get Valentino Slingback Pumps a positive result at Newcastle we'll be in a very strong position," Wenger said.

With Sami Hyypia heading Liverpool into the lead after only five minutes and Michael Owen then restoring their lead after Henry's Valentino Pumps equaliser, Liverpool certainly asked serious questions about Arsenal's resolve.

But Valentino they were answered in emphatic fashion by a stunning second-half display capped by Henry's sublime dribble for his second goal.

"We have answered some question-marks Valentino Rockstud Sneakers over ourselves," the French striker said.

"People said we were dead and, in Valentino Ballerina Flats Sale one sense, we were.

"We are exhausted but if no one had known we'd just played on Tuesday and Sunday, we looked like we'd had a rest for 10 days. It's about how much you want it.

As consolation for their FA Cup and Champions League heartbreak, Arsenal can Valentino Flat Shoes now set their sights on completing an entire league season without losing a single game.


With Henry in the kind of form he displayed on Friday, few would bet against them.