Wenger has a lot of midfield talents at his disposal and he has noted that picking the right one and making everyone happy is tough.
He has to juggle between the midfielders at the Emirates and had to drop Chamberlain to the bench against Palace, and didn’t start Arteta while Wilshere was out injured, but a win was still possible.
Wenger must now select the best of the best as he prepares to take on Liverpool and has revealed how tough it can be.
He told the club’s official website: “It’s an impossible job but that’s why I tell you I always get asked two questions: ‘Why don’t you buy more players?’ and ‘How do you keep them all happy now?’
“I believe that competition is part of our job. On the other hand, you have to get the number right – too many players in the squad goes against competition. If you have a certain number of players who think they never have a chance to play, they killed something. Not enough players creates too much of a comfort zone.”