Reports suggested that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is confident that his side are capable of fight-back for the Premier League title.
After losing a match 3-2 at Manchester United on Sunday, the North Londoners have fallen five points behind the league leaders Leicester City, was a huge blow in their pursuit to win a first league title since 2004.
Nevertheless, The French manager is of the belief that his side have the potential to continue fighting hard for top-flight the remaining 11 fixtures of the campaign.
“We lost three points but you have to show that you are up for a fight and give absolutely everything in our next game, things can change quickly but only if you keep going and keep believing,” Wenger told Sky Sports.
“We are in a fight where we can show that we have great character and a great mental response on Wednesday night. That’s what we want to do.
“I’m very disappointed but I’m ready for a fight on Wednesday night.”
Arsenal to host Swansea City at the Emirates on Wednesday as they look to fill the gap with Leicester and Tottenham Hotspur who currently are in the second spot.
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