Against all odds, Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta still has his head up high on the bid to secure a Champions League qualification for next season.
About two weeks ago, the Gunners were not sure of qualification to the Europa League and the Champions League respectively but that seems to be turning around following their victory against Wolverhampton.
With Arsenal hosting Leicester City on Tuesday, a win will further brighten their chances and Mikel Arteta is urging his players to do more to win the game, stressing that there is no room for error in the game.
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Five games are left to the end of the season, Arteta believes Champions League football is still possible but they must win all games to stand the chance.
Leicester City with 58 points will face Arsenal who boasts of 49 points, 8 behind fourth-placed Chelsea and 6 behind fifth-placed Man United, a win against the Foxes will mean a lot to the North London outfit and have an effect on the EPL table.
Mikel Arteta stated that preparation for his team is key and they must remain focused and committed in all of their remaining games.
No doubt, a Champions League qualification for Arsenal will mean a lot to Mikel Arteta as the manager in charge.