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Wenger on Greek star: “I won’t say more because if I do you’ll think I want to buy him.”

10:09 05 December 2012

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Olympiakos' Kostas Mitroglou scores the winner against Arsenal. Photo credit: AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been impressed with Olympiakos star Kostas Mitroglou but insists he does not want to sign him.

The 24-year-old scored in both games against the Gunners and has caused problems for Wenger’s side in both games.

“Mitroglou scored two great goals,” The Arsenal boss said.

“The first one in London was a great header and tonight was a fantastic goal as well, I must say.

“I won’t say more because if I do you’ll think I want to buy him.”

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