By Nick Teale
Tomas Rosicky believes Arsenal's four-goal comeback against Bolton shows the team has the mental strength required to "achieve something big" this season.
The Gunners trailed Owen Coyle's side 2-0 at Emirates Stadium before turning the game on its head to defeat Wanderers 4-2 on Wednesday night.
Rosicky scored Arsenal's first goal of the match, striking shortly before half time to claw Arsène Wenger's side back into the game.
Speaking exclusively to TV Online after the match the Czech midfielder said that the manner of the victory proves the Gunners have what it takes to end the season on a high.
"It shows that this team is very strong and we have mental strength and that is great," he said.
"If we can turn games like this it shows that this team can achieve something big."
The result sent Arsenal to the top of the Premier League on goals scored, but Rosicky believes that counts for very little at the moment.
"Right now I would say [it means] nothing," he said. "But everybody can see we are contenders. It is nice to be on top but there is a very long way to go."
Rosicky was talking exclusively to TV Online after the match. Subscribers can watch the interview in full now. In it the midfielder discusses:

  • a great comeback
  • his goal shortly before half time
  • going 2-0 down
  • the Gunners' fighting spirit
  • being top of the Premier League
  • the mood in the squad at the moment

Subscribers can watch the interview in full now.

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21 Jan 2010