By Joe Brewin

Arsenal still have plenty of questions to answer about their credentials this season, according to Arsène Wenger.

The Gunners have won their last five Premier League matches to force their way back into top-four contention, and also stand on the brink of progression to the Champions League knock-out phase.

Saturday's comeback at Carrow Road against Norwich was another notch on the post for Wenger’s side - but the boss won’t be getting carried away anytime soon.

“We have some way to go to show that this is the right way,” he said. “That's why I wanted to see at the end of the season how far we can go.

“I am very positive. How much do we want to be successful? That's what we want to show in the coming months. I feel the team wants it, but that is what is in front of us now.

“Five weeks ago we were 17th in the league and I had to answer a question about whether I thought we would battle relegation.

“At the time I said no but in football things change quickly. We are back in a stronger position.

“Now let's continue to develop because we need to become stronger to come back to the top.”

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20 Nov 2011