Arsenal manager Unai Emery is fed up with the poor form away from home in the Premier League and has charged his players to sort it out starting with the Watford game.
Arsenal travel the short distance to Vicarage Road to take on fellow London club Watford in the first of their remaining six games in the league this season and Unai Emery has called for improvement.
In his pre-match thoughts ahead of the Watford game, Unai Emery pointed out the need for the away form to improve in the Gunners’ quest to secure a top-four finish at the end of this Premier League campaign.
A top-four spot will secure a return to Champions League football for Arsenal after a two-year absence.
Unai Emery and Arsenal suffered an away loss for the sixth time this season when they were beaten 1-0 by Everton last weekend with Toffees skipper Phil Jagielka getting the all-important goal for the hosts in the first half of their encounter.
In addition, the Gunners have won just five games away from home in the Premier League and four of their final six games this season are on the road.
Arsenal are in a fight for a top-four spot with three other teams namely Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Manchester United.