Bernd Leno has set a pretty sizeable target for Arsenal to reach if they are to secure Champions League qualification (via Arsenal.com).
Arsenal are closing in on Champions League qualification as they sit third in the Premier League with just 7 matches left to play.
Manchester United’s defeat to Wolves last night means Arsenal can go five points clear of them with a win on Sunday.
Now, The Gunners’ goalkeeper Bernd Leno has revealed how many wins he wants from Arsenal’s remaining seven fixtures.
“I think we’re in a very good position,” Leno said after Monday’s 2-0 win over Newcastle United.
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“It’s still a long way because the other teams will wait for our mistakes.
“We have to be focused in every game and if it’s possible we need to win every game. Then we can get back to the Champions League.”
It’s going to be tough for Arsenal to win each of their remaining fixtures. Arsenal’s home form has been exemplary in the league this season but they have won just one of their previous eight matches. Five of the Gunners’ remaining seven matches are on the road and it will be a big test for Arsenal to win every one of them.