So after the interesting game that saw us win a point against top team Everton on Saturday, fans will have to wait until Sunday until we play Bolton. I for one can't wait.
Pedro covered the game yesterday, all I can say there is at least the mercurial Denilson will be back on Sunday, Bendtner will be back in two weeks, Almunia got through the game un-injured and we may well be re-signing Sol Campbell, happy days then, the really good news is we won't be spending any money so we will be in good financial shape.
Yes I know we didn't really make the most of that game but don't complain, we are in great shape. We are in third spot in the English Premier League, in the next round of the FA Cup and through the group stages of the European Champions league, how can we not be happy with that?
Resigining Sol Campbell will be like signing a new player and Fran Merida looks like he'll be staying, I understand Man City, Aston Villa, Spurs, Man United and Chelsea are also thrilled we'll be making no more signings, as they also believe we have enough in the locker room.
So they are thrilled, the board are thrilled and many of our weekend bloggers that came on, will also be besides themselves with our progress.
For any of you that may be a little disappointed out there, don't be, as we are in great financial shape, and that's the most important thing.
Ivan is rumoured to be taking the rest of the season off along with the 300 worldwide scouts we have, as there will be nothing to do until the summer, when all the 17 year old starlets will be looking for their first big professional contracts, and we all know that Arsenal is seen as the place to be as we pay so well and they will all get a chance to impress.
I just hope that Almunia gets a new and extended contract soon to match Denilson's, as going through the summer wondering whether or not he'll be off to Real Madrid will be too much for me to handle.
Anyone who may be a little nervous at the performance against Everton, don't be, they drew against Chelsea, drew against Spurs and lost to us 6-1, but our team showed the same spirit as they did when we played Chelsea, so we have a lot to look forward to, mental strength, financial stability are massively important and don't forget, we have a very young squad.
Not a lot more that I can add to all that. I hope this post shows the few doubters out there, that we are now true Arsenal fans, just like they are.
Have a great day Grovers, I'm sure our competitors will!