By FOX SPORTS staff
There is a sense of unrest surrounding the Emirates Stadium stemming largely from frustrated fans that are desperate for Wenger to strengthen the squad with a marquee signing, in hopes of preventing big-spending Tottenham from seizing a place in the Champions League at the Gunners' expense this season.
With the upcoming derby fixture the first time the two teams will clash in this campaign, many are tipping Andre Villas-Boas' side, boasting new names such as Paulinho, Roberto Soldado, Erik Lamela and Christian Eriksen, to come out on top.
However, it is one of Wenger's purchases last summer whom the Frenchman will lay his hopes on for the game, having watched Cazorla run riot against Spurs in a 5-2 win previously.
"He [Cazorla] is the type of player who comes into the dressing room, puts on his kit and goes out and plays. There is no strapping, no special medical preparation, he is just born to play football. He does that remarkably well," Wenger said to the club's official website.
“Football is natural for Santi and it is a joy to watch him for all of us. He is very happy on the pitch and that is why he can absorb these games."
Tottenham striker Soldado nicked winners in both of his team's league fixtures so far, but the Arsenal boss was confident that his goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny would collect his third clean sheet in four games.
"He [Szczesny] is over the problems he had last season, he had a dip in form, but has come back at the end of the season with good form and a good run, overall for me he is back to his best," Wenger said.
“We forget he is a boy who is only in his third season in the Premier League. He is only 23, for a goalkeeper that is very young. He was third then last season fourth in the Premier League, for such a young goalkeeper, that is not a bad achievement."
The Premier League fixture between Arsenal and Tottenham will take place at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.