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The Gunners suffered their THIRD consecutive Premier League defeat at the hands of Southampton.
Jan Bednarek scored the only goal of the game on Saturday as Arsenal slumped to sixth in the table as they lose ground on their rivals to secure a top-four spot.
But Redmond was unfazed at beating Arteta's team, savagely taking aim during a fan interaction.
The 28-year-old fired a dig at the North London outfit when signing autographs.
Asked how it felt beating Arsenal, Redmond brutally replied: "It's alright! They're not very good."
Arteta, meanwhile, gave an honest assessment following his side's latest league defeat.
"Difficult to explain because this is football and it is not basketball. With any other sport you win the games very comfortably and you are talking about different things. Difficult to explain considering [the performance], to lose that football match," he told the club's website.
"At the end of the day it is decided in the boxes, they scored one goal, and for the amount of time that we spent around the box, and the shots that we had and the situations and the clear-cut chances that we had - we didn’t put them in the goal.
"Because they had an exceptional goalkeeper today, and as well we didn’t have enough quality and enough capacity to break them down when we had the numbers and the situations to do so."
Arsenal are level on points with Man United and three points behind fourth-placed Tottenham, but have played one less game than their Champions League chasers.
They have seven league games left to claim a top-four place, with huge fixtures against Chelsea, Man United, West Ham and Spurs on deck.