Unai Emery confident of top four chances

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The win moves Arsenal back within a point of the top four for 24 hours at least, with Chelsea visiting Manchester City on Renault Super Sunday.

Although he admitted a touch of luck helped him hit target on Saturday, Iwobi also revealed the level of training and technique The Gunners continue putting in, which he believes helped them on the evening.

The Gunners now have the worst defence of the top six sides and are yet to keep a clean sheet away from home following their 2-1 win over Huddersfield on Saturday.

You have to feel sorry for Huddersfield and their new manager Jan Siewert after they played their hearts out to try and get their first win in 12 games.

Goalkeeper Bernd Leno believes the Gunners have been too lax at the back late on and claims the defence must improve if Unai Emery's men are to finish in the top four.

"We struggled every minute of the 90 minutes, and I think we controlled the match - but maybe I want more possession". We do our work to win every game and on Saturday we did the job.

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Arsenal have endured an indifferent top-flight campaign, but the Gunners find themselves just one point adrift of Manchester United with 13 matches remaining. We were working well.

Emery's side now have a two-week break from the Premier League as they take on BATE Borisov in the Europa League, but return to domestic action on February 24 when they host Southampton.

Alexandre Lacazette admitted Arsenal should have scored more than two goals in their win over Huddersfield.

"But he is somebody who, for me, with the right encouragement will be a very, very good player and a massive asset for Arsenal".

"Defensively they are one of the worst sides I've ever seen in the top six of the Premier League", former Arsenal midfielder Paul Merson said.

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