What the papers say: Robin van Persie, he'll score when he wants

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The Sun - Wenger hails improving Arsenal
ARSENE WENGER saw his Arsenal side demolish Wigan 4-0 and roared: "We're getting better and better."

The Daily Mirror - Wenger eyes European win while resting senior players
Arsene Wenger will rest some senior stars for the trip to Olympiacos – but still wants to finish with a win.

The Daily Express - ROBIN VAN PERSIE FACING DATE WITH DESTINY
ROBIN VAN PERSIE’S remarkable scoring streak continues, with every goal underlining his central importance to Arsenal’s ambitions.

The Independent - Wenger focus is on the team despite Van Persie target
The record books beckon for Robin van Persie but for once it was the goalscoring efforts of others that strengthened the view that Arsenal's recovery carries conviction.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger full of praise for Robin van Persie's annus mirabilis
If Robin van Persie maintains his current strike rate, the Premier League record for most goals in a calendar year will be broken at some point this month. The Dutchman made it 32 in 31 appearances in 2011 with the final nail in Wigan's coffin on Saturday. Given a fair wind and mild December he will get five more opportunities to surpass Alan Shearer's current high of 36.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal 'superstar' Robin van Persie nets the plaudits after win at Wigan keeps club on the rise
Their refrain did not even rhyme, but the knot of Arsenal supporters at Wigan North Western station on Saturday night could hardly stop bellowing their latest chant.

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