We're 'on our way' to top-four target: Emery

Arsenal's Sead Kolasinac scoring an own goal after deflecting a Huddersfield shot

Arsenal's Sead Kolasinac scoring an own goal after deflecting a Huddersfield shot

Alex Iwobi on Saturday scored his third goal in the Premier League this season as Arsenal gave their top-four push a boost with a 2-1 away win over relegation battlers, Huddersfield Town.

In the absence of the Greek worldwide, Arsenal have been leaking goals like insane and if the Gunners lose their game vs Huddersfield then they might very well fall six points behind the top-four spot.

However, Jurgen Klopp's men were back to their best as they swept Bournemouth aside, with Sadio Mane, Georginio Wijnaldum and Mohamed Salah all finding the back of the net in style. They actually had 15 shots on goal as opposed to Arsenal's 9, and 6 on target whereas we only had 4!

After losing their first two league games to champions Manchester City and Chelsea, Unai Emery's reign as Arsenal manager went smoothly and they did not taste defeat again until December 16 - a run of 22 matches unbeaten in all competitions.

"I think this season we have conceded goals too easily".

There are twelve games left in the Premier League season and if Arsenal are able to finish on a strong note, getting back into the Champions League will be a real possibility. "If they can find a way of creating a lot of chances, they will win". "The important area is the defence because we have the quality in the front line".

"At the moment there is one point difference between United and us".

"Defensively, the Gunners are just not very good and I've been a bit puzzled by some of Unai Emery's decisions", Lawrenson told BBC Sport.

Arsenal have more than one way of qualifying for the top four, the Premier League as well as winning the UEFA Europa League.

"Our motivation is very great, every player wants to win every match". We were working well. Judge us by our work and what the players are doing and this makes me proud.