What the papers say: Diaby heads Arsenal back into contention

We're all about making your life easier here at Arsenal Addict, where our team of Addicted editors spend every spare second scrutinising news coverage to make sure you're kept up to date with what's going on at our beloved club. So if you don't have the time to trawl through the UK's national newspapers for Arsenal stories, be sure to check back here where we'll do the work for you.

The Sun - Wenger: It can be our title
ARSENAL roared back into the title race to leave boss Arsene Wenger crowing: Why not win it?

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal can't afford to lose Fabregas - not even for £40million
There is a ghoulish fascination among Arsenal fans about Cesc Fabregas and his future. Ghoulish because they cannot help themselves from wanting to read all the stories, speculation and electioneering from Barcelona - even though the prospect of losing Fabregas scares most of them.

The Daily MailGunners banish the blues as Abou Diaby revives title hopes
This was most certainly not a "demonstration of football" to borrow the phrase used by Arsene Wenger to belittle Chelsea's muscular victory against his team.

The Daily Express - DIABY PUTS GUNNERS BACK ON TRACK
Arsenal breathed new life into their diminishing title hopes with a narrow win 1-0 over Liverpool.

The Daily Star - WENGER IS GIVEN A 3-TON BOOSTER BY DIABY
ABOU DIABY got the goal which ended Arsenal’s bad run against the big guns and handed boss Arsene Wenger his 300th Premier League win.

The Times - Abou Diaby heads Arsenal back into title race
The only predictable thing about this match was the self-referential chants heard at the end. Arsenal scrapped their way to a hard-fought, if not downright ugly, win, which while not quite putting them back in title contention, gives them complete control in the race for third place.

The IndependentWenger hails ‘fantastic night’ as Diaby flies high
Arsene Wenger will remain to his dying day a manager who refuses to sacrifice his footballing principles on the altar of expediency but even he admitted last night all that mattered for Arsenal was to win. 

The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas warns Arsenal they can no longer use youth as an excuse
Cesc Fabregas has conveyed his frustration at Arsenal’s recent form, saying his team-mates need to be stronger and must not use their young age as an excuse.

The Guardian - Abou Diaby does it for an Arsenal intent on finding their rugged side
Arsenal have their relief and, with it, a timely reminder that their title pursuit might still be credible. Arsène Wenger had demanded a response from his team, seeking proof that they boast the mental fortitude to recover poise after demoralising defeats by the division's leading lights. In this victory the Frenchman has his evidence.

Got an opinion on these stories? Then share it with your fellow Addicts using our comments section.