Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger believes his side can still get something out of this season.
Manchester City thrashed Arsenal on Thursday, winning 3-0 the same margin they beat Gunners in the Carabao Cup.
When asked if the season can still be salvaged, he replied: “Yes. We want to focus on the next game and continue to put in the effort we put in tonight,” he told Sky Sports.
“We played twice against certainly the best side in the country at the moment and that was of course difficult for us because we didn’t have a good performance in the first game.
“But we have quality and we want to show that.”
“We must stay together but it’s very difficult,” he said.
“You come up by the stairs and go down by the lift. That’s what is confidence. That’s the level you have to show to play for Arsenal.
“When your confidence is low the first thing that goes is the fluidity and movement – the spontaneous side of the game. You could see that tonight. I don’t deny City’s quality but we’re going through a difficult patch. That’s part of football. We must stay united inside and focus on the next game and put the effort it.”