Ryo Miyaichi – Next time I will score for Bolton

The Arsenal winger Ryo Miyaichi made his debut for Bolton last weekend, coming on at half-time in the 2-1 defeat to Wigan, and he nearly scored the equaliser except for a brilliant save from Al-Habsi.

He seemed pleased with his performance (if not the result) but the Arsenal loanee is now looking forward to doing even better next time he is given the opportunity. “I was happy to be playing and I found out more about the Premier League, but we lost the game so I can’t enjoy it too much,” Miyaichi said.

Wenger – At least we didn’t concede but we need to be less nervous in front of goal

The Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits that the draw against Bolton was two points dropped, but he thinks it is positive that Arsenal kept a clean sheet for a change.

But after missing many clear chances to score in the game he thinks that the Arsenal players need to be less nervous when in a position to score. He believes that once they can overcome that hurdle they can then go on and fight for the coveted fourth place in the Premiership.

Wenger says he has a plan to loan out Ryo Miyaichi to an English team (Bolton?)

The young Japanese genius Ryo Miyaichi had an excellent first loan period at Feyenoord last season, and it was the sparkling reviews from Holland which prompted Arsene Wenger to bring him back to Arsenal this season to see him first hand.

But the emergence of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain along with the arrival of Gervinho has left the youngster with very little chance of breaking into the Arsenal first-team this season, so Wenger is planning to send him out on loan to an English side in the next couple of days.