After having admitted that Chelsea has already won the title, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that the Gunners will now fight Manchester City for a second place finish following their 2-1 win over Newcastle United at St James Park Saturday afternoon.
The victory marks the clubs ninth win in ten games and also saw striker Olivier Giroud score his ninth goal in nine games to move the Gunners to within one point of second-place Manchester City.
The 65-year-old Frenchman said: “Look mathematically we can’t win the league if Chelsea win all their games.
“All we can do is give our best till the end of the season.
“Chelsea have a good cushion, a good security, I don’t feel they are under threat.
“Manchester City are not far in front of us but it’s very tight behind us as well so we just have to win all of our games.”