What the papers say: Gunners seek consistency after Chelsea triumph

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The SunTheo: Becks has made me a winner
THEO WALCOTT has revealed how David Beckham helped him discover a title-winning mentality.

The Daily MirrorWalcott wants a title charge after Chelsea hoodoo is banished
Theo Walcott claimed Arsenal must prove their title credentials by winning at Wigan tonight.
 

The Daily ExpressTHEO WALCOTT AIMS TO GET IT RIGHT EVERY GAME 
THEO WALCOTT says it made a welcome change to see Arsenal get it right in a big game but has warned there can be no slip-ups if they are to really prove their title pedigree.

The Daily StarTHEO WALCOTT: ARSENAL CAN'T BE ONE HIT WONDERS
THEO WALCOTT claims Arsenal must prove their Chelsea mauling was not a one-off if they want to be champions.

The Independent - Defensive duties were the key, says Walcott
The key feature of Arsenal's victory over Chelsea on Monday was not the clinical finishing nor the intricate passing, but the organised and disciplined way they restricted the champions to just one effort on target.

The Guardian - Theo Walcott urges Arsenal to forget win over Chelsea as Wigan beckon
The rumour ignited on Twitter – where else? – and quickly gripped. Arsène Wenger was so furious with his Arsenal players for managing to turn a 2-0 victory into a 3-2 defeat in the final 10 minutes at Wigan Athletic last April that he got the team bus to dump them at Wigan train station and ordered them to make their own way back to London.

The Daily TelegraphArsène Wenger seeks consistency after victory over Chelsea
On one of the countless occasions over recent seasons when Arsène Wenger was being forced to defend his grand vision for Arsenal, he simply exchanged words for hand signals.

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