Aaron Ramsey believes Arsenal are dealing well with the pressure of attempting to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
Arsene Wenger’s side stretched their unbeaten run to eight games despite being held to a 1-1 draw by Manchester United at Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The result keeps Arsenal in the top four and Ramsey says the team are now totally focused on winning their final three games.
"We've carried on our unbeaten run now so hopefully we can continue that, get back to winning ways on the weekend and get in the Champions League at the end of the season"
“I think we've dealt with it well,” he told Arsenal Player. “We're on a good run at the moment. Chelsea and Tottenham have to play each other so somebody has to drop points there.
“We're concentrating on our own game at the moment. We believe we can win the remaining three fixtures that we have left and get nine points out of them. I'm sure if we do that, we'll be in the Champions League next year.
“We started off really well [against Man United]," he added. "In the first half we played some really good stuff, won the ball high up and created some good opportunities.
“They're a good team. They've won the league already and they showed their experience. They dealt with the pressure, soaked it up and then in the second half, they were a lot more composed on the ball. I think in the end it was probably fair.
“I've been playing well lately. I've been feeling confident. I'm happy with the way I'm playing at the moment and the team's doing well as well. That's a positive.
“We've carried on our unbeaten run now so hopefully we can continue that, get back to winning ways on the weekend and get in the Champions League at the end of the season.”
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