Joel Campbell responds to fan’s claim Arsenal can win the double

Joel Campbell is keeping positive ahead of Swansea v Arsenal...

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Joel Campbell has taken to social media to embrace some Arsenal fans’ positivity ahead of the Gunners’ clash with Swansea on Wednesday night.

The north London side have had to face plenty of criticism in recent days in the wake of their back to back defeats by Barcelona and Manchester United.

Their 3-2 loss at Old Trafford on Sunday left Arsenal six points behind leaders Leicester heading into their game against the Swans on Wednesday night at The Emirates.

Arsenal are aiming to win their first Premier League title since 2004 this season and can move to within three points of top spot by beating the Swans on Wednesday.

And Costa Rica international Campbell was staying positive in the build-up to the game in north London.

Campbell tweeted on Tuesday:

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After their clash with Swansea in midweek, Arsenal will turn their attentions to their north London derby showdown with Tottenham on Saturday lunchtime.

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