Arsene Wenger still believes Santi Cazorla needs to work on his finishing skills after Arsenal took a much needed 1-0 victory over West Brom at the weekend.
Cazorla provided the cross for Danny Welbeck which sealed three points for the Gunners and after a tough few weeks in the league the side were pleased to get back to winning ways.
Before the goal, the Spaniard had been frustrated in front of the net and while Wenger was full of praise for the star he admitted he isn't quite on song with his finishing.
"Cazorla's class got us that goal," the manager told the official website. "He had a few opportunities in the first half. He cannot finish at the moment but in providing he is still top class."
Meanwhile Wenger has come under recent pressure over his position again, as Arsenal linger outside the top four. A group of fans displayed a banner aimed at the Frenchman reading 'thanks for the memories, now it's time to say goodbye', making their feelings clear over his tenure.
But Wenger insisted he wasn't concerned with the group of fans hoping he would vacate his position, saying: "I don't comment on that. Do I need to say it again? I don't comment on your question."
When pressed, he added: "You're very good at insisting. The responsibility of everybody is to prepare for the future."
Arsenal are currently in sixth place in the table and the win was especially needed after consecutive losses to Swansea and Manchester United.
The Gunners have been criticised for concentrating on their attacking elements at the expense of their defence and Wenger was as evasive over questions regarding the issue as his own managerial position.
"We always play with attacking football," he replied when asked about the line-up against West Brom.