Former Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman has defendedArsene Wenger's decision not to spend heavily in the summer transfer window and insists that he still 'trusts' him.

The Gunners made just one signing in the transfer window - an £11m purchase for Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech.

Wenger has been criticised for the lack of activity, but Seaman believes that the Frenchman was right not to splurge for the sake of it.

"He knows the players that he likes," Seaman told The Express. "Obviously he didn't like the players who were available. That is where the market is at at the moment. It's just Wenger wants to make sure that he spends it on the right one.

"It is the hardest decision of the lot really, because there is no way of knowing unless you buy a trusted striker and that won't be £20m, it will be £50m, but I still trust in Arsene."

Arsenal are currently fifth in the Premier League table following three victories, one draw and two defeats.


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