After registering a barren draw against Burnley, Bernd Leno has revealed Arsenal must score more goals to take the next step in their progression under Mikel Arteta.
Arsenal have scored 32 goals all season and have let in 34 with leaves their goal difference at negative two, which is the lowest tally by any "top-six" side.
The Gunners have drawn 13 games which is the highest by any side in the league and have won fewer games compared to Aston Villa who are battling relegation.
Speaking after the barren draw against Burnley, Leno fired a warning at Arsenal forwards, "I think we have chances in every game and we just have to take these chances.
"We had chances to score maybe two or three goals against Burnley, but I think everything is still further along.
"We are playing well, we have a good mentality and now we have a little bit more time to work in training. Of course, we need to score more goals because defensively we are doing very well.
"Offensively I think we can score more goals, but we are on the right path."