How far have Arsenal and Tottenham players travelled on worldwide duty?

How far have Arsenal and Tottenham players travelled on worldwide duty?

Ryan Giggs is tipping Manchester United to finish first or second in the Premier League this season, with Tottenham third.

Arsenal trail Pochettino's side by four points going into Saturday's north London derby, though the Czech global insists that The Gunners focus remains exclusively on adding more silverware.

'No I don't think so, ' Cech said when asked by Sky Sports whether there had been a changing of the guard in north London over the last few seasons.

"The most important thing for us is competing against the other teams for the Premier League title and for the glory". 'We are not competing against Tottenham Hotspur.

Manchester City are clearly the favourites to win the title this season but former Red Devils star Giggs is still convinced that Jose Mourinho's men will run them close in the title race.

But Cech insists the title - and not just leapfrogging Tottenham - is still the Gunners' target.

Arsenal are now 6th in the league and are four points behind their North London rivals who sit in third place.

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Despite this though, he has recovered in reasonably efficient fashion and looks ready to take on Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham side, who have been in good form themselves throughout the opening stages of the campaign.

"Success is ultimately winning trophies". "You can see from his work at Southampton, he showed that he is very capable as a manager and coach".

"Last year was a odd season, we had more points but we finished outside of the top four".

"For me that made the biggest difference because they have young, talented players as well as experienced players, their team is very well balanced".

Arsenal can pull within a point of Tottenham on Saturday when they meet at the Emirates, but defeat would see their season plunged into something of a crisis already.

The Czech, 35, also claims Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez are as focused as ever - despite their unsettled futures after so far declining to sign new contracts.

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