Stoke City are making no apologies for their physical style after collecting another point against Wigan on Saturday.

Stoke captain Andy Griffin said: "As a club, you have to be selfish and our way of football has got us results. We want to survive in the Premier League. We're not in it to please other people.

"I played against Arsenal for Derby last year and lost 5-0 and it wasn't very nice. I know which I prefer.

"We feel if we can beat Arsenal, then surely on our day we can do the same against United or anyone."