By Joe Brewin

Tomas Rosicky believes Arsenal’s resurgence in the Premier League is down to the squad’s defensive discipline.

Arsène Wenger’s side have conceded just six goals in their last seven matches in all competitions, keeping a clean sheet in their most recent fixtures against West Brom and Marseille.

Arsenal travel to Carrow Road to face Norwich on Saturday as they look to continue the run that has fired them back into top-four contention. And Rosicky says the squad is keen to get back to domestic duties.

“We are looking forward to the next month because we are back on track again and have some positive results behind us,” he told Arsenal Player.

“Sometimes when new faces come in you need time to gel and I think the last month was much better from us. We were good defensively and much more compact. I think we will show that in the coming months as well.

“I wouldn't say just the midfield, it's the whole squad as a unit that have defended better,” he added. “I wouldn't pick out one particular part, it's the whole team that has gelled together. Hopefully we can continue to do that.”

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

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18 Nov 2011