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Birmingham haven’t lost since October but that run will be tested when Man United come to town on Saturday – Get all the BestPrice betting here.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is considering a move for Ivory Coast striker Lacina Traore to bolster his injury-hit forward line.

Wenger is without injured duo Robin Van Persie and Nicklas Bendtner, and has admitted he is on the look-out for a target man in the January transfer window.

Traore, a towering striker at 6′ 6″, has already spoken about a potential “dream move” to the Emirates Stadium.

Traore said: “It is sensational to hear Wenger is watching me. I could be a success in England. Even though I am still young, I have a lot of experience and a lot of ambition. Wherever I go it will be hard at first, but I’m sure I would settle in.”

“It would be a dream for me to get to play on a team so great. I have a chance there because Arsene Wenger relies heavily on young players.

“There is great pressure on me now because I am being linked with big European clubs, but this is my ambition.

“The Ivory Coast coach has already told me I will get my chance with the national team, but my chances of that happening would certainly increase if I was to join a big team like Arsenal.”

Birmingham haven’t lost since October but that run will be tested when Man United come to town on Saturday – Get all the BestPrice betting here.

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