Despite a 3-2 defeat to Crystal Palace, Unai Emery reminded doubters that Arsenal’s Champions League hopes are still upbeat.
Arsenal who were looking to move up to third over the weekend now finds themselves at fifth in the table. But their hopes of finishing in the Premier League’s top four and qualifying for the Champions League are still in their hands despite losing ground over the weekend says the optimistic manager Unai Emery on Tuesday.
Ahead of Wednesday’s trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers, Emery told the reporters,” We have it in our hands. At the beginning of the season, after winter we struggled in the table. We were in the worst position than we are now.
“Our way is not changing. We are in our way at the end of the season with a big possibility to take our target. I am still proud of our season, knowing that the key moments are now. Tomorrow is a big moment, match and challenge for us. “