By Chris Harris

Tomas Rosicky says Arsenal are back on "the right path" as they step up their quest for the title this weekend.

Arsène Wenger's side saw their Premier League hopes dented by three successive draws either side of the recent international break but goals from Abou Diaby, Emmanuel Eboue and Robin van Persie secured a 3-1 win at Blackpool last weekend.

Arsenal's title challenge will surely be defined by the forthcoming run of three games in seven days, starting with the visit of Liverpool to Emirates Stadium on Sunday. And Rosicky believes the squad is back in good heart after a difficult period.

"Yes I think so, we didn’t have a good spell even though we were unbeaten because we didn’t win for two or three games," he told at the Junior Gunners Player Forum.

"We badly needed the three points from Blackpool and I think we are on the right path again. We have a huge week in front of us and we have to be successful.

"It's very important for us to be relaxed in these games. If you are relaxed you can express yourself the best so I hope that's what we will show on Sunday. Liverpool have played some good football recently and it will be a very interesting match."

Rosicky was an unused substitute at Bloomfield Road last Sunday but he knows that the whole squad will have to contribute if Arsenal are to overhaul Manchester United in the race for the Premier League crown.

"Yes, definitely," he said. "We have a lot of injured players back so the whole squad will be back together again and it's very important to go into the final sprint with the whole squad."

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15 Apr 2011