Arsenal urged to make most of Champions League return
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Mikel Arteta has urged his Arsenal players to "make the most of it" when the Gunners return to the Champions League stage after a six-year absence.
Arteta's side face early Dutch league leaders PSV Eindhoven - the first time Emirates Stadium has hosted a game in the competition since March 2017.
"We've been fighting for it," said Arteta, who takes charge of a Champions League game for the first time.
"I've played in a few for the club and I have beautiful memories about them."
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Arteta would not reveal who will start in goal in Wednesday's match, having replaced England keeper Aaron Ramsdale with David Raya for the 1-0 win at Everton on Sunday.