Arsenal manager, Mike Arteta is not giving up on the race for the top four.
The Gunners are way behind in the race to secure champions league footbal next season, but their manager is not throwing in the towel just yet, as he believes there are still enough games before the end of the season.
The immediate assignment for Mike Arteta is restoring the Gunners to the Champions League after several years away from the elite level.
Arteta is refusing to rule out a late surge if his team finds some consistency.
Arsenal are currently 10th in the Premier League table after winning just six of their 25 games all season and are on course for their lowest finish since 1994/95 when they placed 12th.
The Gunners are in 10th place in the table, and are further 10 points behind Chelsea in 4th place, the Gunners have drawn each of their last four games, and Arteta believes as soon as those draws changes to wins, they have a big chance of making the top four.
Arteta stated that other teams are giving away points, and it is down to his team to get a good run of results and they will be back in the mix again.
He stressed that the next couple of games are ideal for his team to build a winning momentum.