What the papers say: Wenger sets sights on Carling Cup silverware

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The SunCrock Cham is a shot Gunner
MAROUANE CHAMAKH is carrying injuries after suffering a Premier League battering.

The Daily MirrorWilshere relieved to grab the victory
Midfielder Jack Wilshere admitted Arsenal were relieved to run out 4-2 winners at Aston Villa after they had let arch rivals Tottenham come back to win last weekend.

The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger planning a 'strong' Cup bid as Arsenal look to end five-year trophy drought
Arsene Wenger may suggest otherwise, but one of his friends gave the game away when he was asked whether Aresenal's five-year trophy-less spell was irritating their manager.

Arsene Wenger praised the mentality of his Arsenal players as they held off Aston Villa's second-half comeback to return to winning ways with a 4-2 victory at Villa Park.

The Guardian - Aston Villa outmanoeuvred as Arsenal hit their peak
Arsenal stayed at the top of the Premier League on Saturday long enough to admire the view but with no time to set up camp.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger lowers his sights in quest for silverware
Whisper it quietly, but Arsène Wenger, a man who has generally sniffed at the Carling Cup as he would a glass of plonk, wants to win the trophy he once dismissed as so inconsequential that even if he won it five times, it would still be three times less important than qualifying for the Champions League group stages.

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