With Arsenal on a five-game winless run, Alexandre Lacazette opened up on the mood in the club's dressing room, admitting that they are low on confidence.
For the second consecutive game, Arsenal had only one shot on target which came in the 20th minute from Lacazette as skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang later had a goal ruled offside in the 2-0 loss over Leicester City.
Arsenal have a negative one goal difference and sit sixth on the log with 17 points marking their worst start to a top-flight season after 12 games since 1982-83.
Lacazette admitted that Arsenal are short of confidence following their loss to Leicester, "We miss confidence and we need the international break. I hope we are going to come back well. We need to work more than we do now to find confidence.
"We are very disappointed, we had chances in the first half. We couldn’t score and you need to take your chances in this type of game.
"We have to work again and keep working everyday. But I think we didn’t play so bad, we just missed our chances in the first half."