Arsenal legend Ian Wright has said he believes Manchester United still have an edge over Arsenal in the race for top four this season despite the goalless draw against Watford.
United are currently two points ahead of the Gunners, after the goalless draw against Watford over the weekend, although Mikel Arteta’s side still have three games in hand.
But despite the seeming advantage his former side have over Man United, Wright believes the Red Devils have a stronger chance because we’ve not made full use of our opportunities.
“Arsenal are going to have to do a lot to try and stay where they are,” Wright told Premier League Productions.
“I think they’re doing fantastic with the team that they’ve got, inexperienced, young players.
“Three games in hand, yeah, but that’s Tottenham, Chelsea and Liverpool, so that’s going to be tough.
“When you look at Man United and what they can do, and what they’re not taking advantage of, that’s a game they should win today [against Watford], no problem.
“It’s more difficult for Arsenal because I think they’re stretching themselves to do what they’re doing at the moment.
“Man United, for me, they could do more, they should be doing more, they should’ve hammered Watford today, and that’s what Arsenal haven’t got, we haven’t got that comfort of knowing we can do that.
“Man United and the fans should be very frustrated because that [the draw with Watford] is frustrating to watch.”