Aaron Ramsey says Arsenal lacked a ruthless edge in the final third during the 1-1 draw against Leicester City on Sunday.
The Gunners took the lead through Alexis Sanchez in the 20th minute but were quickly pegged back when Leonardo Ulloa headed an equaliser two minutes later.
Arsene Wenger's side created a number of chances in the second half and Ramsey was frustrated to leave King Power Stadium with only a point.
"It's difficult coming to Leicester or any other teams who are just promoted"
"We just weren't clinical enough in front of goal today to convert the chances into goals," said Ramsey.
"They played well and defended very well, we had a lot of the ball and had some opportunities to break and chances to score but we didn't take them.
"The goal that we conceded as well, we switched off from a throw-in, they switched sides and scored - it could have been avoided. The overall feeling is disappointing.
"It's difficult coming to Leicester or any other teams who are just promoted. They wanted to prove a point and they want to prove that they're good enough to be here and it was difficult today.
"They closed us down really well, having said that we still created chances and we still got in little pockets where we could of hurt them a bit more on a different day. We'll move on from this."