Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hit out at the media, as he claims they keep twisting his words.
Wenger was quoted on Sunday after their 2-0 defeat to title rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, insisting his side were the better team.
A number of people, including Chelsea's Michael Ballack, have hit-back at Wenger, claiming he was a bad loser.
But the Gunners boss insists that his press conference was not accurately reported.
"I just would like to say that I was full of praise and compliments for Chelsea," Wenger stated on Sky Sports News.
"I find it unfair from the press that you take one word from my press conference and turn it in a kind of hope [of a big story], you did that at Aston Villa, you did that at Chelsea.
"Every time if you look at the intent of the press conference it is positive to the opposition, if you want I can say nothing.
"I am in England long enough to know that if the team wins you can say what you want, it is my job to take a distance from that but I analyse it in a cold way and look at what is right and wrong."
Wenger again refused to concede the title despite the recent defeats to Chelsea and Manchester United.
"What is important is that we win, we will see who wins the title - there is a long way to go, 13 games to play and 39 points still to take," he said.
"If we don't have belief, then it can't happen and I am sure mathematically it can happen and if you look at the fixtures it can really happen.
"It is down to how much we believe and how much we won't give up."
Wenger is also unsurprised by Liverpool's rise back up the table.
"I always said they would come back, if you listen to my statements from six weeks ago, eight weeks ago," he said.
"It is a game to win and everyone can drop points, I sit here like the current situation is forever, but this is sport and things can change quickly."
Wenger also hit back at claims that he did not try and add to his squad in January, with many Arsenal fans calling for a striker to be signed.
"We tried to sign players, but it didn't work and we have to accept that," Wenger continued.
"We have lost players and unfortunately we have three strikers out and the way the fixtures are, you lose one player and you lose three big games, but I believe we promised to fight to the last game of the season.
"There were positives in the last game and we will fight to the last second of the season. But again everyone is negative with Arsenal and we have to live with that and prove them wrong."
Wenger remains coy on Bordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh, refusing to even admit that he is in talks.
Chamakh admitted over the weekend that he wanted to sign for Arsenal, seemingly shunning a switch to Premier League rivals Liverpool.
"I believe he is talking to many clubs which he is entitled to do, we are just focusing on the [Liverpool] game," Wenger said.
"He is free to sign wherever he wants."