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Sep, 24, 2009

Wenger: Campbell can cut it at the top

Sol Campbell quit Notts County because he believes he can still cut it in the Premier League, according to Arsene Wenger.

The Arsenal manager believes the former Gunners and Portsmouth defender realised it was too early to give up the challenge of the top flight.

Campbell terminated his five-year deal with League Two Notts County and looks as though he will be unable to play for another club until January.

But Wenger said: ''He knew straight away that's not where is challenge is. It is always a cultural shock when you go down a level. I know from talking to players who have had to do that. They experienced it badly in the first six months and you can understand why they decided to quit.

''I believe Sol still has enough in the locker to play in the Premier League.''

Wenger said he had not been surprised by Campbell's sudden change of heart. ''I knew it would be difficult for him there,'' he said.

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