There are concerns that Arsenal are still unchanged from their old self under former manager Arsene Wenger as they fell again against Wolves by 3-1 in the English Premier League outfit.
This is the second consecutive defeat for the North London outfit after a previous fall to Crystal Palace and this remains a blow to their bid to land a top-four finish.
It felt like the old Arsenal without the spark and the fight as was experienced under the former France international manager which calls for concern over the current boss Unai Emery.
The team showed no spirit in the defeat ad a leader was not identified to help out as it was easy for Wolves to defeat the Gunners despite playing away.
This would have been an opportunity for the Unai Emery men to fly higher as Man United also saw a defeat against Man City on the same night but the advantage was not taken and that speaks a lot about what needed to be changed at the club ahead of the coming summer transfer window.
The Gunners team will need to bolster their defense as well as their attacking force while the midfield should not be left out ahead of the coming season or they will risk leaving out of titles again.