By Joe Brewin

Aaron Ramsey believes Arsenal’s attacking play at Norwich was the most heartening aspect of their weekend win.

Arsène Wenger’s side recorded their fifth straight Premier League victory with three points at Carrow Road as Robin van Persie’s brace capped a gritty Gunners comeback.

Although two goals were enough to see off the Canaries in the end, the Wales captain believes it should have been more.

“So many players were making runs forward and getting into dangerous positions,” Ramsey told Arsenal Player. “On the whole we played some really good stuff today.

“It's encouraging that we created all those opportunities - this is a run we want to continue.

“We created a lot of opportunities and could have scored a lot more than we did. But I thought we did really well, looked solid at the back again and we're on a good run of form.

“We have to go into every game now believing we can win, progress and hope that other teams might drop some points,” he added. “Hopefully then we can close the gap.”



The full interview with Aaron is now available on Arsenal Player.

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