Granit Xhaka admits Arsenal do not deserve to be talking about top-four finishes in the Premier League as they stumble their way towards the end of the season.
Struggles on the road have returned to haunt the Gunners at the worst possible time.
A 3-0 defeat to Leicester City in their most recent outing has left Unai Emery’s side fifth in the table and on the outside of the Champions League pack looking in.
Three successive defeats have been suffered in the English top-flight, and four in their last five outings.
Xhaka concedes that is not good enough for a side with such lofty ambition, telling Sky Sports: “It is not the right moment to think about the top four.
“We had three big chances. It started with Crystal Palace, then Wednesday against Wolves and finished [against Leicester].
“If you don’t take from two away games and one at home three points, you can’t speak about the top four.”
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