With a run of nine winless matches, Freddie Ljungberg has insisted he is the man to restore Arsenal's glory days ahead of Monday's London derby against West Ham United.
The Swede has not had instant success at the club earning only a point in his first two games in charge with the Gunners being linked to a number of coaches including Marcelino and Patrick Viera.
Speaking ahead of their clash against West Ham, Ljungberg was asked if he has got what it takes to turn around the campaign, "100% I think I can do that otherwise I wouldn’t be here but of course it is difficult.
"When confidence is low, it is low. That is just how it is. But we are going to work on trying to get that back. We need to change this downward spiral.
"I don’t think we should stop talking about the top four. But for us it is to concentrate on what we are doing here now and not look up, down, here, sideways. We just need to work on our own game and our own confidence."