Ahead of his first home game as Arsenal interim boss against Brighton and Hove Albion on Thursday, Freddie Ljungberg has revealed that he plans to chat with Arsene Wenger.
Wenger has overseen 22 years in charge of Arsenal and coached Ljungberg during his nine-year stay at the club before he joined West Ham United back in 2007.
Speaking in a press conference ahead of their clash against Brighton, Ljungberg revealed his plans to chat with Wenger, "I really would like to speak to [Wenger]. I haven't spoken to him, it's been a bit hectic, but that's on my list."
The Swede also added that he is keen on getting advice from Sven-Goran Eriksson, "Sven is very intelligent. I spoke to him a lot when he was manager of England because he was normally watching our games.
"I've seen stories in the past about how he treated players and made them feel good, so I've stolen a few of those ideas. He's a great coach and I hope I'll speak to him soon."