Tony Pulis has hit back at Arsene Wenger following the Frenchman's criticism of Stoke's 'rugby type' approach to games.
The Arsenal manager claimed that Robert Huth and Ryan Shawcross were dragging the game towards rugby by allegedly assaulting Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes earlier in the season.
The club wants an apology from the Gunners boss following his recent rant.
However, the Potters boss has brushed off Wenger's words about his side by insisting: "Seven or eight years ago they had the worst record in the Premiership...and he couldn't see a bad tackle from an inch away.
"But Arsene does what's best for Arsenal, and rightly so.
"Anybody who thinks any different is living on another planet. We all do the same.
"I don't care what other people say about my players or Stoke City, the only people I care about is our supporters and the chairman, Peter Coates."