Wednesday saw more reactions from both Hull and Arsenal after we beat them 4-0 on Tuesday.

Fortunately, we got an injury update about Per Mertesacker and it was confirmed that he was dizzy after his head collision during the match but is otherwise fine.

After scoring a brace during the match, Olivier Giroud admitted that he’s happy to be back on the scoresheet after such a dry spell. Usually with Oli, all he needs is one or two to go in and he’ll be back in form again. Let’s hope this is the case. Wenger also had his say on the banner unfurled after the final whistle and insisted that he’s not bothered. Not so sure he’ll be so unbothered when he hears about Arsenal’s secret meeting, which Theo Walcott revealed.

New signing, Nwakali, revealed that he’s signed a five-year-deal with Arsenal. The youngster seems to be a huge prospect so it’ll be exciting to watch him develop with our youth squad. The kid is obviously over the moon so we are too.

As a kind gesture, Arsenal have decided to keep their £4 away ticket discount in place when the new £30 cap comes in next season. It’s a start, at least.

Emmanuel Eboue is now officially a Sunderland player and gave his first interview for the Black Cats, claiming that he’s been dreaming of a return to the Premier League for a long time.

Our loan players had a bit of a mixed Tuesday. Yaya Sanogo, was awarded a red card against MK Dons for an elbow and the manager is calling for his head.

While on loan at Ipswich, Ainsley Maitland-Niles managed to assist a goal and then concede a penalty against Bolton. Swings and roundabouts I guess!

Meanwhile, in the Champions League, Wojciech Szczesny’s Roma conceded two more goals against Real Madrid, knocking them out of the competition 4-0 on aggregate.

Here’s what we have coming up overnight

Watch: Arsenal hammer Hull in hope of third FA Cup

Steve Bruce: Arsenal reminded us how tough the Premier League is

Former Arsenal man faces being dropped after lying about illness

Elmohamady: Our goal was not offside

Jenkinson still predicts Premier League win for Arsenal

And plenty more.