All attention for the North London outfit is the qualification to the Champions League next season with a top-four finish and that remains a major concern to France international striker Alexandre Lacazette.
The Gunners are currently sitting fourth on the log with a point behind third-placed Tottenham but they are facing a battle from Man United who are fifth and their London rivals Chelsea in the sixth position.
With about 8 games remaining until the end of the Premier League season, the North London are placed at an advantage as they will no longer have to play any of the top six teams but the French striker is of the opinion that a lot of work is still needed to be done.
According to him, it would not be a free run as expected, stressing that they will face difficult tests from other teams perceived to be small before they are able to hit their target of finishing fourth.
Alexandre Lacazette noted that it has been a good season for his side so far and he hopes they are able to finish strong by winning the remaining games left until the end of the season.
Meanwhile, the Gunners have made good use of the international break to storm Dubai for a training camp.