Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta feels frustrated and dejected about his side’s faltering season but has the backing of the club’s board as he attempts to turn things around.
Arsenal upset London rivals Chelsea 3-1 on Saturday to record a first Premier League win in nearly two months, ending a seven-match winless run.
Arteta earned some respite with the victory and his 15th-placed team will look to build on that performance when it faces lower-ranked sides, starting with Tuesday’s trip to 16th-placed Brighton & Hove Albion.
“Results-wise in the last few weeks we have all been suffering, I have been suffering,” Arteta said. “I feel very responsible for that. The worst feeling is because I want to do so well… and to move as quickly as we possibly can.
“In order to do that we need to win football matches… When I don’t, I…