Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta cannot wait for his new side to face Swansea this Saturday as they look to put the 8-2 thrashing suffered at the hands of Manchester United behind them.
Since that defeat, manager Arsene Wenger has rejuvenated his squad by bringing in Arteta, Yossi Benayoun, Per Mertesacker, Andre Santos and Park Chu-young .
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Sitting 17th in the Barclays Premier League with only a point from their first three games, Arsenal host Swansea who remain the only team not to have scored a league goal this campaign.
Former Everton star Arteta, 29, told www.arsenal.com: "I can't wait to play at the Emirates, I think it's an unbelievable stadium.
"I'm so excited. I have always been a big admirer of the Arsenal philosophy, the way they play, the way they do the job, and it's always exciting watching Arsenal play. In England there is no better team to watch than Arsenal."
The Spaniard has already made two Premier League appearances for his former club this season and is not expecting to find it hard to settle into his new surroundings.
He said: "Hopefully I will not take long to adapt but obviously you need to meet new characters, new personalities and new players with different abilities so you need to pick that up as soon as possible to get an understanding on the pitch."
Their Welsh opponents are fully aware of what to expect from the new-look Arsenal side.
Right-back Angel Rangel told www.swanseacity.net: "They will be fired up and looking to make up for that defeat - we know that - and they have reacted to that by making some great signings."
Wolves welcome bottom-of-the-table Spurs to Molineux as they look to extend their brilliant start to the season hoping the likes of Kevin Doyle and Wayne Hennessey show no signs of fatigue from their international exertions.
Tottenham will hope to kick-start their season having kept hold of Luka Modric and brought in Scott Parker and Emmanuel Adebayor.
Elsewhere, Manchester City have the chance to regain top position at least for a couple of hours if they win against Wigan.
Wigan are unbeaten this season but travel to the Etihad Stadium where they could face the current Premier League leading scorer Edin Dzeko, who bagged four last time out against Tottenham.
In the other Saturday fixtures Everton host Aston Villa, Liverpool travel to Stoke, Chelsea are at Sunderland and Bolton entertain Manchester United in the evening kick off.
Sunday afternoon sees Norwich take on West Brom at Carrow Road while Fulham and Blackburn look for their first wins of the season when they clash.
The action is rounded off on Monday night as QPR host Newcastle in a game that is likely to see Joey Barton make his debut against his former club.
Arsenal vs Swansea
Everton vs Aston Villa
Manchester City vs Wigan
Stoke vs Liverpool
Sunderland vs Chelsea
Wolves vs Tottenham
Bolton vs Manchester United
Norwich vs West Brom
Fulham vs Blackburn
QPR vs Newcastle