In-form Aaron Ramsey has hinted that the surge of confidence running through Arsenal could give them the edge against Manchester United tomorrow.
The Gunners travel to Old Trafford for a Premier League clash in an upbeat mood after two important victories in the past week.
First, Arsene Wenger’s side saw off the challenge from Liverpool in the top flight and then recorded a famous victory in the Champions League at Borussia Dortmund.
Now Arsenal must overcome the threat of David Moyes’ outfit, who languish behind the table-topping north Londoners by eight points.
And rampant Ramsey, who has scored 11 goals already this campaign, said: “It is going to be another massive game – this was always going to be a big week for us and we couldn’t have got off to a better start. Hopefully now we can go to Old Trafford and finish the job off.
“It would be massive to beat United. We are feeling really confident at the moment and we’re in good form in the league, so why not go there and win?
“They have had a bit of a rough start but they have overcome that now I think. They’ve had a few good results in the league and will be getting their confidence back up, but we are really confident ourselves. Our away record has been really good so hopefully we can continue building on that.
“We have struggled at Old Trafford over the last few seasons, so hopefully now that we feel a lot more confident this will be the time when we do manage to do it.”