Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that he is certainly not worried about the challenge posed by both Tottenham and Chelsea for the top four finish. As the end of the season comes closer, Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea are the teams looking to finish in the top four, which will guarantee the ability to play in the Champions League next season. Arsenal have moved ahead in the race between these three clubs by showing excellent form over the last few matches. They are currently in the third position in the table followed by Tottenham and Chelsea in the fourth and fifth positions respectively.

Arsenal went ahead of Tottenham after the win the round of fixtures, which saw them get a 1-0 win over Everton at Goodison Park. Tottenham, meanwhile, could only draw against Stoke city, while Chelsea also suffered a defeat against Manchester City. Now, Arsenal can sit back and enjoy the match between Tottenham and Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. The best possible result for Arsenal would be a draw in this match, which would give them the opportunity to open an eight point advantage over the chasing pack. However, Arsene Wenger refused to focus on the battle between Tottenham and Chelsea saying that their match with Newcastle Villa is more important.

“What I want us to continue is our run and not be in a position where you have to look at the other results. That is why I believe that the main focus is on us, not to be obsessed by other results and to just keep going. Of course the players will be aware of what is going on but it is not the last day of the season,” he told Arsenal Player. Arsenal will be playing the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City over the next few weeks.