Arsenal hero, Thierry Henry has voiced his concern about the fact that the Gunners are already five points behind the top three in the Premier League table.
Arséne Wenger’s side earned their first win of the season on Saturday, as they beat Watford 3-1, courtesy of goals from Santi Cazorla, Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil. The victory for Arsenal against the Hornets was needed, having lost their first game to Liverpool and drawn the second against Leicester.
Despite the win, Arsenal are five points behind Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United, who have all began their campaigns with three wins in three games.
Henry has now told Sky Sports about his thoughts of his former side being five points behind already.
“One thing I am thinking is, and I know it’s early, but [they] are five points behind the top three. I am hoping they are not going to run after those five points all season”, Henry said.
Henry’s concern is expected to be shared by most Arsenal supporters, as it appears the Gunners are already in the race for top four, let alone the title.
However, the season is still young and there are still chances of twists and turns for all clubs, as we all know the Premier League is the most exciting in the world.