Wilshere optimisms Arsenal will overcome United at home if forgo last defeat to Swansea

It is now a battle to save the pride in English premier league since all major standings have already been confirmed yet every team among top four wants to improve its position as much as possible. Arsenal is the only side to have a match in hand and since they are roaming at number three, Wenger would like to secure his third place after weekend too when Manchester United would finish its 2014-15 campaign. This is a fact that a 1-0 loss to Swansea City at home has demoralized team moral a bit yet Frenchman is in no mood to accept they can’t end their captain at number three on the board. Midfielder Jack Wilshere is another one who feels a rejuvenated confidence after Wenger moral boosting statement that they will surely overcome ManU in their own den this weekend. If we look at last eleven games played by the Gunners before Monday, they won all of them quite convincingly puffing their manager’s chest out and then 65-year-old mentor had said they can be the biggest hurdle for Chelsea to defend their title next year. Anyways, one game cannot demine any team moral and that seems to be the case with Emirates side as well and they want to move ahead off Monday game.

This is not the first time in the season when Arsenal is dreaming to beat Van Gaal army as they have done this – in FA Cup quarterfinal at Old Trafford in March – and Wilshere is hoping they can revisit the glory if they enter into the field with a positive approach. What he said over the club website, is, “We’ve been there in the FA Cup this season and won, so we know what it takes. Our confidence will be high going there but we’ve got to perform. It’s no good just going there thinking that we can beat them again because we’ve beaten them before. We’ve got to put in a performance, work hard and earn the right to win.

“It’s great to be back, especially at the Emirates,” he added about his coming back into the side. “I came back last week, played 30 minutes at Hull, but it’s always special to get back in front of your own fans. It felt good tonight.”

He added about Swansea goalie Łukasz Fabiański and his performance on the last game, “I thought Fabianski was brilliant. In the second half we created a few chances that we should be scoring, but Fabianski was there and he’s been fantastic for them this year. I’m happy for him. He’s been my friend for a good number of years while we were at Arsenal. He’s grown as a player and seems to be growing as a person as well, and I’m happy for him.”

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