Arsenal Arteta Confidence Of Arsenal Energy Ahead Of Luton Game

Ahead of his team’s encounter with Luton Town on Tuesday, manager Mikel Arteta stated that Arsenal is enthusiastic and full of energy about every game in their Premier League title hunt as they near the finish line.

Arsenal can reclaim the top spot in the Premier League if they defeat relegation-threatened Luton on Wednesday.

Arsenal was knocked off the top spot by Liverpool over the weekend following a 0-0 draw with championship contenders Manchester City.

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They have a packed schedule coming up, starting with a trip to Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday and the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal matchup against Bayern Munich three days later.

It will be the first time they have played in the knockout stage of Europe’s top-tier competition under Arteta, who said the success of Arsenal’s women’s team, who won League Cup final against Chelsea on Sunday, was a source of pride in their own pursuit of silverware.

We are on track as a club. What the women’s team did at the weekend makes us so proud and it’s so important as well,” Arteta told a news conference on Tuesday.

“There are a lot of good things happening, but we need to aim for much more than that… This is where we want to be. Now we want to take this opportunity and make it happen.”

Runner-up With games remaining against rivals Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Aston Villa, and Manchester United, Arsenal faces a challenging final stretch in their quest for a first league title since 2004. Nevertheless, the Spaniard remains upbeat.

“We work every single day with the enthusiasm and passion to make it happen and are enjoying the moment. I see the team flowing and they are really excited about playing each game.

That’s what has to drive this journey until the end,” the former Arsenal captain added.

“I’m very excited, I’m full of energy and it’s a beautiful part of the season. It is very different and I wasn’t in this position when I was a player (for Arsenal).”

Following his forced exit from the game against Manchester City on Sunday, the manager stated that forward Bukayo Saka was “fine” and that defender Jurrien Timber, who has been out with an injury for a long time, has a “good chance” of playing again before the season ends.

“It is related to what they do in training as well,” the manager responded when questioned about the prospect of rotating his team selection.

“We will look at all these things and try and find the right team to win.”

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