By Rob Kelly
Aaron Ramsey says the Arsenal squad view Wednesday’s night’s game against Schalke as an opportunity to “put things right”.
Arsène Wenger’s side slipped to their second defeat of the season when they were beaten 1-0 by Norwich on Saturday.
Ramsey admits the players were disappointed with their performance, but they hope to make amends when they return to Champions League action.
“When you have an upset you want to get back out there as quickly as possible to put things right,” the Wales international said.
“We know we weren't good enough on the day to win the [Norwich] game. We had been doing really well this season and in each game we felt like we were growing with confidence, so that was definitely an upset. Hopefully we can turn things around as quickly as possible.
“That is what we hope to do against Schalke, and it will put us in a really strong position in this group [if we win].
“We all look forward to these occasions, we’re playing the best teams from around Europe and we’re all up for it. We are trying to put our stamp on this competition and hopefully we can do that on Wednesday.”Copyright 2016 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source