Henrikh Mkhitaryan has expressed confidence that his Arsenal team will end the season in the top four for a Champions League qualification next season.
The race for the fourth position is arguably between the Gunners, the Red Devils and Chelsea but the North London outfit are currently holding the spot with a number of games yet to be played.
Arsenal have missed out of the Champions League for two consecutive years under former manager Arsene Wenger which is the reason why they are pushing to return aft6er two years of Europa League.
However, with 11 games left to the end of the season, Henrikh Mkhitaryan is confident that his side will push through to secure the spot at the end of the day. He said the focus of the team would be on working hard and winning each game as they come.
Following the 2-0 win over Southampton on Sunday, the North London outfit will resume action again against Bournemouth on Tuesday before heading for the North London derby against Tottenham and later against the Red Devils.
Following the United game, the Gunners will be left with just a game against a top six team and that would be all for big games until the end of the season.