Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta insists he is still the right man to turn things around at the Emirates.
The Gunners were beaten 5-0 by Manchester City at the Etihad on Saturday eliciting calls for the removal of the Spaniard as manager of the club.
The north Londoners have lost all of their first three matches in the Premier League and have conceded a total of nine goals without scoring once.
However, the current situation is highly likely to increase scrutiny and pressure on the under-fire head coach.
Arteta addressed the recent criticism he has received during his post-match press conference.
The Spaniard said: “I always said and I will be the one, I’ve been more critical of myself and taking the blame every single time only when we have defeats.
“I stand here today and I question myself and I have to try to have the right people around me and look at every decision that we make, that I make and try to improve it and change it if we believe that we should have done something different of course.”