Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has apologised to Gunners fans for the Capital One Cup humiliation by Bradford and promised that Arsene Wenger has significant money to spend, according to the club's supporters trust.
Gazidis met members of the Arsenal Supporters' Trust on Wednesday night where he was pressed on the deepening crisis at the club.
AST spokesman Tim Payton said: "He said it [the Bradford defeat] wasn't good enough and apologised for the result. He also thanked away fans for their support and said Arsenal will put that right, and confirmed that significant funds are available for transfers."
Gazidis was also quoted in several national newspapers as saying: "(Tuesday night) was simply not good enough and it made us all upset and angry.
"I would like to apologise to all of you (the supporters), especially the fans who travelled up there. It was unbelievable support as ever and you deserved better.
"That is something we will work hard to put right. We all work her...