Arsenal legend Nwankwo Kanu is adamant the club can still qualify for Champions League despite spending much of the season in mid-table.
The Gunners picked a 4-0 vital win on Sunday evening against Newcastle United to move to 10th on 34 points, seven off fourth-placed Chelsea who play Manchester United on Monday night.
"Why not? Who says we can't?" Kanu responded to a question on whether the club can secure Champions League football during an interview with Goal.
"The first thing Arsenal must do is make good selections and don’t lose games.
"We have good strikers and that can help us win games. If we can beef up our defence and nobody scores against us then that is a plus.
"When we start winning; the confidence level will be very high," he went on.
Manchester City's recent ban to participate in UEFA competitions for the next two seasons can also play in the Gunners' benefit.
If the ban is upheld, the Gunners can still finish fifth and qualify for Europe's biggest club competition but will have to build and keep a winning momentum.
They next play Everton at home before a London derby against West Ham.
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