Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud believes the Gunners do not need to strengthen in the January transfer window especially the forward position to stand a chance of winning the Premier League title.
Egyptian star Mohamed Elneny is expected to arrive from Basel to shore up an injury-hit midfield and some pundits have suggested that Arsenal still need another striker if they are to stay clear at the top of the table but Giroud thinks the Arsenal are well stocked up front.
“Tell me where we need new players? Just tell me where? I will explain the opposite judgment.
“We have very good players as well on the bench, young players waiting to come in. They are very talented. I am not worried about it. I know that maybe we sign a player, an Egyptian one.
“Danny Welbeck will come back in one month and a half. Theo Walcott can play up front, Joel Campbell is doing well with his national team up front. If I am less good or get injured, we still have a solution.”Giroud said as quoted on Teamtalk.
The Frenchman who is in his fourth season at the Emirates since making the switch from Ligue 1 side Montpellier in 2012 is currently placed sixth on the Premier League scorers chart after 20 games, five goals Jamie Vardy and Lukaku who are tied on the top spot with 15 goals.