"100 percent", the Swede said when asked if Arsenal could still mount a top-four challenge.
"I'm always happy to help my former players and my former club". They would ideally want to properly kickstart the Freddie Ljurgberg era on Thursday and win a Premier League game for the first time in two months. "I think Norwich will be disappointed [with a draw] not Arsenal".
"I would really like to speak to him", Ljungberg told a news conference on Tuesday.
Arsenal are without a win in any competition in eight games, dating back to October 24.
First McLean raced through, but saw Bernd Leno produce a wonderful save to deny him and then Cantwell fired wide from inside the area before Pukki got in again and yet again Arsenal's goalkeeper stood tall to thwart him.
He said: "I think the only way to change the atmosphere in the stadium is the way you play".
A whirlwind start to life in the Arsenal hotseat - Emery was sacked last Friday in the wake of a sapping Europa League loss to Eintracht Frankfurt - means the 42-year-old has not yet had chance to catch up with Wenger, but that is something he intends to arrange.
Arsenal now sit in eighth in the Premier League table, after picking up nineteen points from their opening fourteen league outings.
"I'm just trying to make it as simple as possible".
"I think the fans were incredible against Norwich, I felt they got more and more energy the more we played in the first half".
Ljungberg - who played over 200 games for Arsenal in his nine years at the club and won the FA Cup on three occasions - has revealed no timescale has been set for his spell as Emery's temporary replacement.
Ljungberg is now caretaker manager after Unai Emery's sacking on Friday morning.
When asked about his "afters" with the Germany global, Krul told Sky Sports: "I just said to Ozil - they were celebrating - I said, 'you're lucky!' Because the referee obviously helped them a lot there".