What the papers say: Arsenal's priority is finishing above Spurs, says keeper

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The SunWoj us fly after derby-day triumph
WOJCIECH SZCZESNY saw his Gunners pals spank Spurs and then roared: That was as good as beating Barcelona.

The Daily MirrorArsenal will break the bank to keep Van Persie
Arsenal will break the bank to make Robin van Persie the highest paid player in their history. The Gunners yesterday revealed half-year profits of £49.5million, giving them the clout to try to tie down Van Persie and Theo Walcott on new contracts. Both stars have less than 18 months on their deals.

The Daily Mail - Easy does it: Arsenal can't splash cash, insists Gazidis despite club profits
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis insists the club will not go crazy in the summer transfer market despite posting half-yearly pre-tax profits of £49.5million on Monday.

HARRY REDKNAPP is desperate to manage Theo Walcott again – for Tottenham or England.

ARSENAL ace Mikel Arteta has warned: ‘‘Write us off at your peril.’’

The IndependentAll Arsenal want to do is finish above Spurs – Szczesny
One year and 10 days after their famous defeat of Barcelona, Arsenal finally produced something to match it at the Emirates last Sunday afternoon. In the immediate afterglow of their 5-2 victory over Spurs, Wojciech Szczesny described it as "comparable" to that Champions League first-leg win and few would have quibbled.

The GuardianWojciech Szczesny says Arsenal can overhaul Tottenham in the table
Wojciech Szczesny has never wavered in his belief that Arsenal will finish the Premier League season above Tottenham Hotspur.

The Daily TelegraphArsenal's allure doesnt only depend on Champions League place, claims chief executive Ivan Gazidis
Ivan Gazidis, the Arsenal chief executive, is adamant that the club will still be able to attract and afford the world’s best players even if they fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League.

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