Arsene Wenger feels Manchester City will be stopped eventually despite their current good run.

City are currently flying at the top of the Premier League, with nine wins and a draw from 10 games.

Their form, along with their eye-catching style of football, already has some predicting that they’ll go the whole season unbeaten.

However Arsene Wenger, the expert when it comes to actually going a whole Premier League season unbeaten, believes that the pressure will get to City eventually.

“At the moment they are on a good run and people extend always these good runs to the end of the season – but at some stage they have to be stopped,” Wenger said, as reported by the Daily Star.

“It’s true because nobody does that, run away.”

Arsenal have the opportunity to inflict City’s first defeat of the season on Sunday when they travel to the Etihad Stadium.

They haven’t been sweeping teams aside like City , but their recent form has been pretty good.

Watford are the only team to beat Arsenal in their last 12 matches in all competitions.

City are still the strong favourites on Sunday, but Wenger is only focusing on preparing his own team.

“We can still just focus on this game and try to give our best and prepare well, focus and give our best there,” he said.

Arsenal needed two second half goals from Sead Kolasinac and Aaron Ramsey to come from behind and beat Swansea 2-1 on Saturday.

Manchester City, meanwhile, defeated West Brom 3-2 at the Hawthornes in what proved to be one of their tougher games this season.

Both sides play in Europe in mid-week, with City travelling to Napoli on Wednesday and Arsenal hosting Red Star Belgrade the following evening.