Arsenal manager Unai Emery has insisted that he has no plans to switch to a front two at this stage of the season.
The Gunners are pointless after their opening two matches of the new campaign, losing to Manchester City and Chelsea to leave themselves still searching for a first win under Emery.
The Spaniard has so far favoured Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to lead the line ahead of Alexandre Lacazette, who has come off the bench in both games despite Aubameyang yet to open his account for the season.
However, Emery has not considered changing his tactics in order to crowbar both players into the team, claiming that the problem stems from his side's use of the ball in possession.
"At the moment, no," he told reporters when asked if he was considering playing a front two.
"At the moment, I think we need to have the control with the possession, with the positioning on the pitch, with more players inside.
"After this possession, to do the attacking moments and defending moments with this balance."
Arsenal will renew their search for a first point of the season when they host West Ham United on Saturday.