Arsenal boss Unai Emery has claimed he will not underestimate his side’s London derby against West Ham United on Saturday.

Emery will be looking for his side’s first win since joining the North London side in this summer as the Gunners lost against Manchester City and Chelsea.

West Ham, who have considerably invested during the summer transfer, were beaten 4-0 by Liverpool in their Premier League opener.

The Hammers have also suffered a 2-1 home defeat to Bournemouth on Saturday with new boss Manuel Pellegrini is now struggling to reintegrate in the Premier League.

However, Arsenal boss Emery has insisted he only considers a win during the London derby at the Emirates Stadium.

“Yes the demand is very high,” he said. “We are going to prepare for [West Ham] like we did for Manchester City and like we did for Chelsea. And we will continue to improve on things for next week.

“Our performances are getting better. We will continue our process with the players, with our young players, also work on our system so that we do better on the pitch.”

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