Arsene Wenger has sent a message to Arsenal’s unsettled supporters: “You don’t know happiness until it’s gone,” reports Sky Sports.
A run of 10 points from nine games has left Arsenal eight points behind Premier League leaders Leicester and sparked a renewal of the criticism Wenger has suffered sporadically from some fans in recent years.
Asked whether he backed next season’s cap on away-ticket prices and Arsenal’s decision to further supplement the cost, Wenger said: “Yes, of course.
“Do you want some people to be unhappy? You want the whole world to be happy. There’s a famous writer who said ‘happiness makes noise only when it leaves you’.
“We want to keep our fans happy and be conscious that they are happy.
“We want the fans to be behind the club and the team. If you’re a supporter you want the team to do well, you’re disappointed when they don’t do well but you still support the team.”