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It also ratcheted up the pressure ahead of struggling Fulham's visit this weekend, a match Dalot, fresh from making his first league start, is determined to win to kick-start their top-four hopes.

"Fulham is a big game now".

"Their (Tottenham's) players have the habit to play global games and Premier League games and I think they can manage".

"It's just something about the pain and we needed to be careful".

"You're going to lose [Aaron] Ramsey as well, who probably wants £200,000, so we're going up to £700,000-a-week in money that we're going to have to give".

"For sure we will get there".

"We can not have guarantees but I think Harry decided this summer to remain with us and play with us for another season", he said.

Dalot shields the ball from Arsenal's Alex Iwobi (Martin Rickett/PA).

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"To win our games we need more quality and today it was not enough". With the help of my team-mates, the coach and the fans I think I will be improving a lot here. We could have lost this game, but a draw was a fair result. "I don't know if Saturday [against Huddersfield] is a possibility, but we're thinking the Europa League game against Qarabag could be a good match for him". It was a good opportunity to manage our game better, but I think our second half was poor. "When are we thinking he will start playing with us?"

Dalot's quick adaptation to life in Manchester has no doubt been aided by his near-flawless English. "So, for me, it was good to learn the language well and quickly".

Like Dalot, experienced centre-back Sokratis Papastathopoulos is looking to make an impact during his first season in the Premier League.

The concluding minutes of the first-half turned testy as Arsenal defender Rob Holding has forced off with an injury in the 36th minute, followed by a rash of five yellow cards between the two sides.

Brought to Unai Emery's new-look Arsenal in the summer, the 30-year-old was frustrated after failing to add to their north London derby win with another victory. "Last night, one point is much better than nothing", Ranieri said of Wednesday's draw with Leicester. Sometimes we speak. He's a fantastic man. "For us, it will be hard".

We were playing against a very competitive team and I think our spirit is good.

It was a frantic, and at times feisty, encounter at Old Trafford, which saw Emery's Arsenal rack up a 20th unbeaten game in all competitions as another winless league match leaves United off the pace in the top-four hunt.

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