What the papers say: Vermaelen believes high scoring Gunners can only get better

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The Sun - Theo: We are really flying
THEO WALCOTT insists it was easy to slot back into Arsenal's team - because they are brilliant.

The Daily Mirror - Theo Walcott delighted to be back on Arsenal goal trail
Theo Walcott is determined to get on the goal trail - and win back his place for club and country. Walcott, 20, scored in his first outing of the season for Arsenal on Sunday but his brief supersub role was not enough to convince Fabio Capello to put him straight back in the England squad.

The Daily Mail - Thomas Vermaelen: Arsenal have sent a 'big message' to Premier League rivals but must improve in defence
Thomas Vermaelen believes Arsenal's 6-2 thrashing of Blackburn sent out a 'big message' to the rest of the Barclays Premier League - but maintains there is still plenty of room for improvement.  

The Daily Express - VERMAELEN: WE'RE GUNNER GET BETTER
Thomas Vermaelen believes Arsenal's 6-2 thrashing of Blackburn sent out a "big message" to the rest of the Barclays Premier League - but maintains there is still plenty of room for improvement.

The Daily Star - WE'RE IN FOR A FAB REIGN
THEO Walcott claims Cesc Fabregas will be unstoppable if he keeps up the fabulous form he showed on Sunday.

The Independent - Arsenal will get stronger still, insists Vermaelen
Thomas Vermaelen believes Arsenal's 6-2 thrashing of Blackburn Rovers sent out a "big message" to the rest of the Premier League – but maintains there is still plenty of room for improvement.

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