North London outfit Arsenal manager Unai Emery has made a laughable top-four claim after his team slipped again, against Wolves on Wednesday by 3-1.
The game was an opportunity for the Gunners team to correct past wrongs by sealing a win as Man United also suffered a defeat against Man City but the advantage was not taken.
It is now obvious that the fate of the Gunners team is no longer in their hands with about three games left until the end of the season but manager Unai Emery is of the opinion that his team can still finish in the top-four, stressing that all hope is not lost.
The former PSG boss stated that he is proud of his team because they worked hard despite suffering a defeat and that is the reason why he thinks all hope is not lost to meet their target for the season.
Unai Emery admits the frustration at the defeat, noting that the demand in the English Premier League is to be consistent in all 38 games but that was not achieved by his team.
However, Arsenal are currently fifth on the log with 66 points. They will be hoping on their London rivals Chelsea to slip off so they can move up to finishing fourth.