Despite not playing a game in 2003/04, Senderos was still able to keep a close eye on how Wenger's team went about their daily business. And he says there are similarities when looking at Arteta's current crop of stars.
He added: "There was something so special around the place at the time, and it's something I saw a glimpse of recently in this current Arsenal side. That run was something which started small, and continued to grow, and grow, with more people inside the club believing in ourselves with every game, with every win.
"Moments like this take time to develop and I'm seeing similarities in Mikel Arteta's side. We've seen in a couple of games that Arsenal have gone a goal - or even two goals - behind, but as a result of all the hard work everyone has put in on the training ground, you just feel like this team is convinced they're going to come back.
"They're thinking about the right moves, the right way of playing, they're thinking about the decision which helps the team, rather than individuals. The Bournemouth win was the best example of a moment which really reminded me of that spirit we had in 2003/04."
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