What the papers say: Wenger says Gunners' bottle could win Arsenal title

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The Sun - We are the stuff of champions
ARSENE WENGER believes his team displayed all the qualities needed to be champions as Arsenal moved to within two points of leaders Chelsea.

The Daily MirrorWe've got the bottle to go all the way, roars Arsenal boss
Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal are learning to fight - and will go the distance in the Premier League title race.

The Daily Mail - Arsene's artists add real steel to the style
When it comes to playing against Everton, Arsene Wenger appears to have mastered the art. This, after all, was Arsenal's 23rd Barclays Premier League defeat of the Merseysiders, which means they have beaten them more than any other team.

THERE have been two very differing statements of intent conjured by ­Arsenal players in recent days, though neither will be costing Arsene Wenger sleepless nights.

BACARY SAGNA had managed only one goal for Arsenal in more than three years. But he doubled his tally at Goodison Park to send the Gunners up to second place.

The Independent - Title challenge builds up steam as Arsenal pair flair with steel
It was a classic, rumbustious Everton finale, with Lucasz Fabianski throwing himself this way and that and earning a measure of redemption for his rather damaged reputation. But nothing can deflect from the fact that Arsenal, yesterday's worthy winners, look a substantially better and more fluent side than Manchester United, whom they now stand a point clear of in second place.

The Daily TelegraphArsene Wenger's delight as Arsenal show their title mettle in hard-fought Goodison Park win
Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal’s victory in a feisty, fiery encounter against Everton proves his side have the fighting spirit to keep pace with Chelsea.

The Guardian - Cesc Fábregas winner puts Arsenal out of Everton's reach
There was no historic rout this time for Arsenal and only a hint of the scintillating style that humiliated Everton 6-1 on their last visit to Goodison Park. And yet, paradoxically for Arsène Wenger, their latest triumph here brought more encouragement. On such results are championship challenges built.

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