Arsenal Ladies manager Laura Harvey spoke to Arsenal.com after her side's excellent Women's Super League 3-0 victory at Bristol on Wednesday night.

on Arsenal’s start to the WSL season…

To be fair we are pretty much in the same position points-wise and games-wise as last season because we haven't played the Birminghams of the world yet. We are not getting carried away with it but to be top of the league after five games having only dropped two points is a fantastic start by any standards. We are disappointed we only got the draw at Lincoln but apart from that little blemish on our record, our league campaign has started exactly how we wanted.

on still being in two competitions…
That is what a club like Arsenal does. Our first sight was to try and win four trophies, it was then to win three and unfortunately we fell short of that. But now our sights are firmly set on the other two trophies. The Chelsea game in the Continental Cup is now massive because that keeps the double dream alive. We have to make sure we do our job at home now on June 10.

on Gemma Davison…
We actually had a conversation in the warm-up about how pleased I would be for her if she just got that goal. Gemma is very much a confidence player and I know that just getting that one goal under her belt would just push her on. I think she showed that last night. Prior to her goal she was a threat but once she scored, once she plays like that she is just unplayable really.

on Kim Little's recent form…
I think she came off disappointed against Bristol that she hadn't scored! When you have a talent like Kim it's brilliant. In the second half of last season's league campaign she was exceptional in terms of goalscoring after finding it hard in the first half. This year she has started like she means to go on, who for somebody of her standards and ability, is always going to want to be up there in the goalscoring charts. Similar to Gemma Davison, she can judge herself on that. At the end of the game she made me smile because she wasn't able to get those chances even though we had a 3-0 victory. Those are the standards that all our players set themselves and a reason why we do what we do year in year out.

on injuries…
Jayne Ludlow has got a calf problem, it's a niggly one we just have to be patient with. We maybe rushed her back too soon before but we are hoping she will be back for Chelsea. Ellen White is the same, hopefully back for Chelsea. Again, her injury is a real slow process and something that isn't going to get better overnight. It has lasted longer than we hoped but if she can be back for Chelsea that would be great.

Kelly Smith, we are hoping, will be fit for the end of the month. We are nearly back to full strength, with Danielle Carter on the bench against Bristol after recovering from her hamstring injury. She will be back for Chelsea fully fit.

If any other team in the league had the injuries that we had, I know that they would struggle. To come out of the injuries with the season we have had, to have only dropped two points in the league, is credit to the girls. They have found it difficult in the cup competitions but you set your standards on the league campaign and we know that year in year out the league is a major thing for this club. We are pleased we have keep that run going with the injuries we have had.

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