Photo: Aaron Ramsey issues Arsenal rallying cry

Aaron Ramsey is determined to help Arsenal return to winning ways against Leicester City on Tuesday

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Aaron Ramsey took to social media on Monday afternoon to declare his intention to help Arsenal return to winning ways against Leicester City on Tuesday night.

The Wales international was part of the Arsenal side that slumped to a disappointing 2-1 defeat by local rivals Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Saturday as the Gunners suffered a blow to their hopes of a top-four finish.

Arsene Wenger’s side do not have to wait long to make amends, however, as they prepare to host City at Emirates Stadium this week.

And Ramsey is determined to help Arsenal secure the three points against Leicester on Tuesday.

Ramsey posted the picture above of himself in training on Monday on his Instagram account and wrote: “Saturday was hard to take, it hurt, so it’s time to put in the past and bounce back tomorrow #AFC.”

MORE: Photos from Arsenal training on Monday

The 24-year-old midfielder has scored three goals and made two assists in 17 Premier League games for Arsenal so far this season.

Ramsey, who missed the festive period with a hamstring injury, played the full 90 minutes against Spurs on Saturday.

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