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Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger underlined his intentions to stay at Arsenal despite their dramatic 8-2 defeat to Manchester United, and refused to admit that new signings are the answer for his faltering team.

Wenger admitted he had been left embarrassed by the size of the defeat, but with the pressure mounting on him denied he would quit his post.

“You feel humiliated when you concede eight goals,” he said.

“It was a terrible day for us, it was a combination of an under-strength team and weakness.

“We collapsed physically in the second half.”

Asked if he might think about resigning during the forthcoming international break, he was initially coy, saying: “I believe we have a break before the next game.

He then ruled out the possibility, adding: “No, not at all.”

With three days to go before the end of the transfer window Wenger is under pressure to bring in new names, although he was again guarded about the addition of any players.

“I know that in England when you lose a game signings are always the solution,” he added.

“We had eight players out today. Anybody would suffer with eight players missing.”

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