Departing Arsenal academy chief Liam Brady says they'll thrive under UEFA's financial fair play laws.
Brady believes if UEFA president Michel Platini sticks to his word and enforces the proposed financial fair play rules, then Arsenal will be in a stronger position than their rivals going forward.
"Now that we are in a very strong financial position, I hope the financial fair play thing kicks in," he told the Daily Mail. "There are a lot of people saying it will never happen. So I think Platini and UEFA are under the spotlight to see what they can do. If that kicks in and you're only allowed to spend what you make it'll put us in an even stronger position."