By Nick Teale
Emmanuel Eboue has vowed that any Arsenal victory over Burnley on Saturday will be dedicated to Aaron Ramsey.
The defender says he was very disappointed about the injury sustained by his Welsh team-mate, but is determined that the Gunners will collect another three points this weekend in honour of Ramsey.
The midfielder's season came to an end on Saturday when he fractured his tibia and fibula during Arsenal's 3-1 win at Stoke City. And Eboue, who was in action for Ivory Coast at QPR's Loftus Road on Wednesday, admitted that the Arsenal squad will play out the season with their stricken team-mate in mind.
"After the [Stoke] game we didn't see Aaron because he went straight to the hospital," Eboue told Arsenal.com. "I am so, so disappointed about what happened. Sometimes in football these things happen but we want to play always for him.
"Burnley is a very difficult game for us, we know that. But we will try our best to win it for Aaron Ramsey.
"The result against Stoke was good for us and we will try our best to give everything on the pitch when we play."