Dennis dreams of title tilt
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Dutch maestro is hoping to end his Highbury career in glorious fashion and is predicting another exciting campaign for Arsene Wenger's side.
''I think we can produce the standards of last season,'' said Bergkamp. ''I'm sure we can maintain that level and it is up to other teams to develop.
''Usually, you get better season by season, and if this is the case, then I think it will be difficult for teams to catch us.
''It will be tough to follow our unbeaten season, but we have to try to forget about that and get our concentration back on what is ahead of us.
''The Champions League is also a big one and we want to do better in that than we did last year.''
Meanwhile, La Liga giants Barcelona have claimed that Arsenal were gazumped in their bid to take Gerard Pique to North London.
The talented 17-year-old agreed a five-year deal with Manchester United in the summer, but Barca vice-president Sandro Rossell has blasted both the player and United.
''Gerard has betrayed Barcelona and Arsenal,'' said Rossell. ''He wanted more money to stay here, but we could not agree his demands.
''We reached an agreement with Arsenal. Then he betrayed us for a second time by turning his back on them.''