Wenger enthusiastic in support of Wolves manager

Arsene Wenger has described Wolves manager Mick McCarthy as a ‘miracle worker’ as the two sides prepare to face each other tomorrow, arsenal.com reports.

McCarthy has kept Wolves in the Premier League for the last two seasons and is in good position to do the same this term. Arsenal are looking to push into the Champions League places and are currently in good form, having won nine of their previous eleven league matches. Wenger has acknowledged thar their fixture with Wolves will be difficult and has praised the way McCarthy has Wolves playing good football with a good level of team spirit also.

Wenger said: ‘Mick McCarthy is doing miracles at Wolves. He’s always ready for a fight, never gives up, keeps his steadiness and mental strength, never shows any strain. It’s great what he does for his club. I believe they play extremely good football as well. It demands special strength from the manager to fight until the last day with the uncertainty sometimes whether you will stay up.’

The fixture between the two sides was scheduled for Boxing Day, but Arsenal took the precautionary measure of moving the game to the day after. London Underground workers are on strike in the capital, which has stopped public transport in the city.

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