By Matt Fortune
Arsène Wenger insists Arsenal will not focus solely on the Champions League, despite their indifferent recent form in the title race.
The Gunners have slipped to third in the Premier League, six points behind leaders Manchester United. The mini-slump has led many to believe that Europe represents the Club's only chance of silverware this season. Wenger, though, disagrees.
The Frenchman is keen to point out that while the figures favour United, the fixture list perhaps does not.
"It looks to me that Manchester United have six games to go and four of them are away from home," said Wenger. "One time against us, and at Chelsea as well. So that depends, also, how committed teams are to play in every game.
"Some teams don't have a lot to go for - you could see that in Aston Villa, for example. Manchester United have the advantage, but they have a difficult schedule as well. It depends now on the last six games.
"We believe we can still win the title and that's not impossible."

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2 Apr 2008