Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists he is conscious of the fans' demands for a title winning team.

After victory over Fulham, Wenger said he is set to strengthen the squad in the summer, with the arrival of long-term target Marouane Chamakh set to be officially announced before the World Cup.

The Gunners boss, though, insists major additions are not necessary.

"Is a lot of strengthening a number or quality?" Wenger said.

"We want to improve in quality, not necessarily a big number of players needed."

The Arsenal boss continued: "What the fans want concerns me. We both love the club and want the best possible team.

"But we live in a world not to be crazy.

"We have to pay our wages at the end of the month and we have to respect our business rules."