"Spurs came at them with a higher tempo and were simply too good".
"He will score goals".
"We are happy, so we have to continue the same way now, today was an important three points", he said in a post-match television interview.
"They lack concentration and leadership in the central area of the pitch".
Cech for a 1-0 lead. And he is consistently the main man in the north London derby.
"I congratulate our players, we've had three massive games and it was an unbelievable performance".
"It's insane how it ended 1-0, but we'll take it".
"We were destabilised by the goal they scored and they had two or three good opportunities where they could have scored".
But forget that for now and just focus on the 90 minutes he put in for a Spurs side that has now beaten Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund at a ground where they were supposedly "cursed" earlier in the season.
The result also leaves a serious dent in Arsenal's hopes of finishing in the top four, and gave the bragging rights to the white side of north London.
Wenger acknowledged that depressing fate is staring Arsenal in the face again following Kane's latest act of vengeance against the club that rejected him as a youngster. I think a clean sheet against United, clean sheet against Arsenal and I think we deserved more against Liverpool but only took a draw. We dominated but we did not create much.
"We've got to build on it, another big game in the Champions League now and keep the momentum going".
"I think they have done an incredible job, they are the team that you can praise the most in the Premier League, what (chairman) Daniel Levy has done, the way they have organised the club", said the Daily Telegraph's football writer.