By Nick Teale
Arsène Wenger says his side will never forget what happened to Aaron Ramsey at Stoke, but says they are now moving forward.
Ramsey suffered a season-ending broken leg at Britannia Stadium last week and ahead of Saturday's 3-1 win over Burnley, Arsenal players wore shirts bearing the Welshman's name with the message 'Get well soon Aaron' on the front.
The Gunners manager acknowledges that the injury may have played on his players' minds in the Burnley game but says it gives Arsenal another incentive to succeed this season.
"We will never forget that accident," he said. "But we will just focus on what is important for us. It is another reason for us to do well.
"I felt in terms of the commitment there was something still there [against Burnley], maybe it was because the game came after an international game and in the first half there was a lack of focus but I think that has gone now."