Pep Guardiola has sent warning message while backing under-fire Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, to turn things around at Arsenal, according to the Mirror.
The Gunners suffered another defeat, in the premier league, losing 1-0 to Burnley, at the Emirate Stadium, on Sunday.
With just one win in their last eight games in the Premier League and are languishing down in 15th place in the table.
There are reports that Arteta could be shown the exit down if he does not turn things around soon.
However, Guardiola speaking ahead of Man City clash against West Brom has urged Arsenal’s club chiefs to be patient with the Spaniard.
Guardiola said: Arsenal doesn’t have a better manager than leads this club – in this year and the next – that is better than him, “
“I don’t have to give publicly my support because he has it and he knows that he has it. He’s one of the best managers I’ve ever worked with, of course, and seen directly.
“I’m pretty sure he will turn over and will do it like everyone expects. But sometimes when a club comes from not a good period, it needs time.
“I would say [if I was] part of the board at Arsenal, I will not have any doubts about his quality and capacity to put Arsenal in the place like Arsenal deserves to be.”
For how long will Arsenal’s board be patients? It remains unknown, hopefully, the desired change starts sooner than later.