Four English players started the 6-0 win over Sheffield United - Jack Wilshere, 16, Gavin Hoyte 18, Kieran Gibbs, 19, and Mark Randall, 18 - and although it is unlikely that any will start against Hull City tomorrow, Wenger is excited about the success of the youth development at the club.
Wenger said: "People want to see more and more but I have a responsibility for results. I don't want to burn them out to early. They have to have a psychological and physical improvement and I have to get that combination right.
"We are in an international world and I always knew that I wanted to produce 60 per cent of homegrown talent and 40 per cent from elsewhere in the world.
"The mixture together should be a great Arsenal side, but early on there was not the talent in England so we had to go looking abroad but now I feel that we are finding more English players.
"We had [Jermaine] Pennant, [David] Bentley and [Steve] Sidwell that came out of Arsenal but we are now more complete.
"If we can keep on our toes and not drop our development in any area that I cannot see why this success cannot continue, but we are not pretentious enough to expect it."