Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes his side look more convincing on the road this season following a 4-1 victory over Hull City at the KC Stadium.
The Gunners have started the season with 4-1 and 3-1 away wins over Hull City and Watford respectively, while also picking up a point and keeping a clean sheet against Leicester City, reports the Arsenal website.
With his side now sitting comfortably in fourth, Wenger believes that his side looks more convincing following their impressive run of form on their travels.
‘We scored three at Watford, we scored four [at Hull],’ Wenger said.
‘We played 0-0 at Leicester but we had two or three opportunities. Away from home, we look more convincing, at the moment, than at home.’
The 66-year-old manager revealed his side’s positivity comes from the team’s attitude towards the season and he is hopeful that the Gunners can produce the same quality of football at the Emirates as they do on the road.
‘It was important for us to win the Southampton game and hopefully, now we can have the same quality at home,’ he added.
‘The positivity comes from us and from our attitude. We have to think that we get the supporters behind us when the performances are convincing and not the other way around.’
Arsenal now turn their attention to the League Cup when they play Nottingham Forest on Tuesday.
The match at City Ground kicks off at 20:45.