Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is concerned over his side’s tactics, with the belief that his team are not threatening enough from set pieces, as reported by the Daily Star.
Despite having a huge 15 corners against north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, Wenger’s side did not convert from any of them, which has caused the French manager consternation.
In fact, Arsenal have failed to score from a single corner since the start of the new season, which Wenger is not particularly happy about.
Wenger said: “It’s a concern. We have lots of room for improvement and we need to do that quickly.
“I have a lot of talent at my disposal but Tottenham are a very tall side.
“Players like Jan Vertonghen and Younes Kaboul are very tall and they defended well.”
Saturday’s game saw Arsenal go behind against their fierce rivals, with Nacer Chadli bagging to put the White Hart Lane side into the lead.
However, a late equaliser from Alex Oxlade Chamberlain levelled things up at 1-1, and despite pressure from Arsenal, the game finished as a draw.
Wenger now leads his side into an exceptionally difficult game against Chelsea, who have not yet lost this season.