Bigger is better – Walcott

The Gunners have not won silverware since lifting the 2005 FA Cup,

a period that has incensed their success-thirsty fans. Arsenal play

some attractive football along with winning over neutrals, however,

it has not brought success in recent seasons. Walcott insists he

will be watching the club’s transfer activity this summer,

especially to see if they can retain their star players. The likes

of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri have been linked with moves and

Walcott believes it is imperative their key man remain. “We play

great football but we might need a bigger squad,” said Walcott. “We

also need to keep hold of our best players. “The boss has said that

he is going to spend as well and add to the team. That will be

crucial. “I will be very keen to see who comes and goes. As a team

last season it was disappointing. “We need to move that step closer

and maybe should have done a lot better in the last stretch. “There

are a lot of teams like Manchester City and Liverpool coming into

the frame now. It is not going to be an easy Premier League. “We

need to concentrate on the future and hopefully it is going to be

bright for us next season.”