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Wenger: Arsenal capable of Quadruple

Arsene Wenger insists that Arsenal are capable of winning the Quadruple this season, claiming his team have the belief and commitment to go "to the end" in all competitions.

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After their Champions League victory over Barcelona in midweek, the Gunners face Leyton Orient in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Sunday - which will be shown live on ESPN.

Arsenal are still competing on four fronts - as well as their European and FA Cup exertions, they are currently second in the Premier League, four points adrift of leaders Manchester United and have a date with Birmingham City in the final of the Carling Cup on February 27.

Regardless of a few injuries, Wenger believes his squad has the desire and, more importantly, the ability to go all the way in all four.

"We want to go far in all competitions, I've said that many times," Wenger said. "How far can we go? I personally believe we can go very deep in each competition we play, to the end. It's just down to how much we believe and how much commitment we show.

"I am convinced we have the hunger and we have some talent. They are all committed to doing well for this football club."

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