Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood admits they're sifting through candidates for their vacant chief executive's post.
Arsenal are currently looking for a new, full-time chief executive following the departure of Keith Edelman.
David McNally, the former managing director at Fulham and ex-Manchester City chief executive Alistair Mackintosh have both been linked with the vacancy.
Hill-Wood said: "We want to make an appointment as soon as we can and we are moving fast.
"We have some very interesting applicants and I hope in the next month or so we will be able to make a decision."