EPL: Ian Wright reveals why Arsenal must allow Ramsey leave

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The North London side ran riot in the Premier League clash at Craven Cottage in which Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Lacazette scored twice in addition to the stylish goal by Aaron Ramsey.

After a hard start to the season, the North Londoners have responded in the right manner and it appears that the post-Arsene Wenger era may not be as gloomy as initially thought.

Arsenal have now recorded their sixth consecutive win in the Premiership after back-to-back defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea at the start of the season.

France worldwide Lacazette joined Arsenal previous year for a then-club record fee but Aubameyang set a new mark of £56 million ($73 million) when he joined from Borussia Dortmund in January.

"And it's a massive one as we're on the verge of losing another player that's a good player for Arsenal".

Despite the hot streak, Lacazette insists it is too early to talk of securing a return to the Premier League's top four.

'I think Arsenal have to do this, they have to make everybody else in the squad know how it's going to be from this day onwards, and that's why the withdrawal of the contract is a big statement from them. We will enjoy it, we are working well and we want to continue like this.

"It is good", Lacazette said of his relationship with Gabon global Aubameyang.

"The team spirit is better".

"We analyse the games a bit more and we're proving to the fans as well as ourselves that we're able to compete for the title".

Arsenal now maintains their winning streak to six games and they have been fired up to the 3rd position in the table, above Tottenham on goals difference.

"I must be anxious when we play bad and lose, I trust we play well and have more options to win the game".

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