Arsenal gear up to face Stoke City this weekend a win for the Gunner will see them earn 10 points in 5 league games.
With the arrivals of Mark Hughes from Queens Park Rangers in 2012 he has transformed his team into more passing side by bringing in some key players with the likes of Bojan, Ibrahim Affelay and Xherdan Shaqiri.
Stoke City were more aggressive and physical under Tony Pulis and with their new style of play of play Arsene Wenger believes will be technical and a lot harder than previous meetings.
“They are team with a good culture of the Premier League, they know how to behave and they have experience,” the Arsenal manager said. “They have been here a long time in the Premier League and they have improved their technical quality.
“They have Afellay, Bojan, Shaqiri, Diouf up front and Charlie Adam in midfield. They have a lot of technical players that can give you problems.
“What we want is to focus on our own performance as we want to take off at home now. We had two good away games with positive results in difficult places and we know at home we can be efficient against anybody.”