legend has called for a ‘collective effort’ to stop this season so his former club can win the top-flight title.
The Gunners were close to securing their first trophy since 2004 last term .
Pep Guardiola’s treble winners have dominated English football in recent years and have landed five of the last six top-flight titles.
But has given other teams hope this season.
and wants Arsenal to team up with their north London rivals, as well as with Liverpool, to halt City.
‘What I liked about Wolves’ win over Man City is that is shows in this league… if you’re not quite right, you will get beat,’ he told The Kelly & Wrighty Show.
‘They had a game plan and we know what it is: Man City will attack you, and you have to take your chances when they come. Even when Wolves went down to 1-1, they still went for them.
‘That’s what you have to do with Man City. The whole league needs to do that with Man City, to keep them under that pressure.
‘It has to be a collective effort to slow Man City down, so Arsenal can hopefully win [the league].
‘The top teams – Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool – they have to get something off them.
‘When you think about those teams chasing Man City and then you hear they’ve got Wolves, naturally in your mind you’re putting it down that they will win that game.
‘So when you see teams like Wolves putting Man City under pressure and beating them, it gives you more energy.
‘If Arsenal are going to win the league, or Tottenham or Liverpool, at some stage you’re going to have to beat them at least once. They are capable of being beaten, we see that every season. It’s up to us now.’