Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says he wants his side to show character and personality towards upcoming games so as to lift them up in the league.
After a disappoint draw in the Europa League the Gunners next five Premier league games will come against teams that are above them.
Mikel Arteta has claim that he doesn’t bother him who they want to face but they need to close the gap those games for them be in the place they belong in the league.
“That’s when we will define our season, if we are able to close the gaps in those games with them,” he said.
“It’s going to create some momentum for us and we’re going to get closer to them. We know that the margins for error are minimal with the season that we’ve had in previous months, so we need to kick on.
“We want to be us. It doesn’t matter who we play. I want to see a team that plays with the character and personality that we have shown in recent months. I want us to keep continue maintaining that line.
“If we do that, we will cause problems to any team. But we need to do that from the beginning. We obviously want to show other teams respect but still be true to ourselves.”