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Mikel Arteta warned the football authorities that the welfare of his players is in danger as Arsenal overcame Wolves to return back to the top of the Premier League.

Leandro Trossard’s unorthodox strike in the first half set up the victory, with Martin Odegaard adding a second goal late into stoppage time.

The Gunners are now one point clear of Manchester City, with a better goal difference — but having played a game more.

The result followed two defeats on the bounce, including crashing out of the Champions League quarter-finals to Bayern Munich on Wednesday.

Though Arteta had his team’s congested schedule at the front of his mind. Arsenal have played two games in four days — and will now play rivals Chelsea on Tuesday.

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