Arsenal's first win in nine games came at a cost with a number of players facing time out injured following Monday's victory at West Ham. The Gunners had not tasted victory since October 24.
EXCLUSIVE BY SAMI MOKBEL: West Ham chiefs want to consult the club's players before making a final decision on Manuel Pellegrini's future. His position as head coach is under threat.
The Gunners dismissed Unai Emery a week and a half ago after a difficult start to the season and put their former midfielder Freddie Ljungberg in charge of the side on an interim basis.
Bernd Leno insists Freddie Ljungberg is earning the praise of the players after the Gunners' victory over West Ham on Monday night, as the club continue their search for a full-time boss.
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The Gunners were staring at yet another poor result as they went into the half time break trailing to the floundering Hammers, before Martinelli, Nicolas Pepe and Aubameyang scored quick-fire goals
Arsenal fans would have been forgiven for fearing the worst at a goal down against West Ham at half-time on Monday night. But they came back to win away from home for the first time in eight years.
Manuel Pellegrini is under growing pressure after Monday night's 3-1 loss to Arsenal, a result which means the east London side have won just one of their last 11 matches in all competitions.
Manuel Pellegrini has come under pressure after a run of just one win in his last 11 matches and the 3-1 defeat against Arsenal on Monday night increased the doubts over his future.
West Ham's owners are discussing Manuel Pellegrini's future at the club following Monday's 3-1 defeat to Arsenal, Sky Sports News understands.