Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech says Arsenal need to stay strong, as they’re positing the top four is under threat.
Arsenal have consistently secured qualification for the UCL , but that looks to be under major threat.
The Gunners are joint-second with the Spurs on 50 points and even though Manchester United are in sixth, they’re just two points behind Tottenham and one point behind the fourth position.
And even though Manchester City are fifth, they have a game in hand which could propel them to second should they win.
Cech acknowledges that Arsenal need to keep a close eye on those above and below them.
“They have a big advantage, Chelsea, so we need to keep winning our games,” he told the Gunners’ official website.
“And obviously not only looking ahead but we need to look behind as well because for the Champions League positions the table is very congested.”
He added: “We need to be consistent, that’s the first thing. We have periods when we are doing really well, then we had a week when we lost both games and didn’t play well.
“So we need to make sure that we carry on and improve where we can.
“We need to make sure we are ready for every game because each game will be like a final.”