Manchester United legend, Gary Neville, has insisted Arsenal are no longer a top-six club in England.
The Gunners clinched three Premier League titles in the space of seven years at the turn of the century.
However, they have not won it since 2004, when Arsene Wenger’s team went unbeaten.
Under Mikel Arteta, they finished eighth in the past two seasons and did not qualify for Europe this year.
Arsenal have made their worst-ever start to a league campaign, losing their first three matches without scoring a goal.
When asked to name the top-six in England, Neville told LADbible TV: “Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and then Tottenham and Leicester based on recent seasons.
“Arsenal fans will probably come up with some stat now… they think I hate them anyway! They drain me! Start winning… I want to start praising them again!”