Arsenal have a lot of work to do, admits Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger warns his Arsenal side that they have plenty of work to do before the season comes to an end

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger Photo: Back Page Images

Arsene Wenger has warned his Arsenal side that they have plenty of work to do before the end of the season as they bid to end the campaign on a high.

The Gunners have the chance to finish in the top four and secure their first major trophy for nine years after reaching the FA Cup final.

There is a lot of work to do for us, and that’s what we want to continue to do

Arsene Wenger

However, with four games still to play in the league and Everton just a point behind the north London outfit in the race for Champions League qualification, Wenger has warned his side not to get carried away after the Toffees were beaten by Crystal Palace on Wednesday.

“If you look at the consistency of Crystal Palace’s results in the last two months, it is very impressive,” Wenger said ahead of Sunday’s trip to Hull City.

“They have beaten Chelsea and now Everton, so they have had some great results.

“Let’s be honest, of course we wanted Crystal Palace to make a result but you know that in the Premier League, it is like that. Since the start of the season we have learned one thing, that you can drop points everywhere.

“It is of course a big encouragement but there is a lot of work to do for us, and that’s what we want to continue to do.

“We have a big game at Hull, we just want to prepare as well as we can for it.

“I think mentally we are in a better shape than a week ago, because we had two important wins, and that of course puts us in a better condition on the confidence front.”

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