Martin Odegaard says it's up to the team to make sure our defeat to Crystal Palace on Monday night doesn't derail our bid to qualify for the Champions League
Our five-game winning run on the road in the Premier League came to an abrupt end at Selhurst Park, but our Norwegian midfielder believes the side can rediscover our form for the last nine games of the season.
"We have to make sure it's not [damaging]" he said to Arsenal Media after the final whistle.
"It's only one game so we have to make sure the next one we're on the level we're supposed to be at. One bad game can happen but we have to make sure it's only one and strike back and that starts tomorrow at the training ground. We have to look forward.
"We're all disappointed, obviously," he added. "It was a hard one for us to take. We've played really, really good lately and had so many good games. This one was hard for us. We're going to make sure it doesn't happen again.
"I think it's up to everybody to stick together. It's easy to stick together when we're winning and doing well, so we'll stick together and fight to win the next game."
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