By Rob Kelly

Arsène Wenger says his side now have a "relentless dynamic" that can be seen in their intense determination to win each game.

Thomas Vermaelen's last-gasp goal against Newcastle on Monday night saw Arsenal break a Premier League record by coming from behind to win four matches in succession.

Wenger believes this run of form demonstrates the driven nature of his players as they head into the closing stages of the campaign.

"We had a relentless dynamic in the team [against Newcastle]," he told Arsenal Player.

"I think what sums our game up is when Vermaelen scored the goal. We had seven Arsenal players in or around the box, that means only three stayed back and everybody else was throwing everything forward.

"What stands out is that huge refusal to not win. That stood out throughout the game because in the second half we pinned them back, dominated the game and created chances.

"You wouldn't [always] like to leave it until the last minute but the result was just a consequence of the game."

Watch the full interview with the boss on Arsenal Player.

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16 Mar 2012