Arsenal boss Unai Emery says that Arsenal can still finish in the top four of the Premier League, but only if they can improve away from home.
The Gunners are currently sixth in the table, three points behind Chelsea who sit in fourth.
However, their bid to gain a Champions League place in Emery's first season in charge is being undermined by their form away from the Emirates.
They haven't won away in the league since November and were beaten 3-1 at Manchester City last weekend.
They have the chance to gain a first away win of 2019 in the Premier League at bottom side Huddersfield Town on Saturday and Emery says his focus is on improving on their travels as they bid to climb back into the top four.
He said at a press conference ahead of the game with the Terriers: "We can make the top four, but we know it's not easy.
"We are strong at home, but I think we need to do better away. We started very well, changing our mentality to get more points away.
"But now we need to recover our confidence and performance. Also we know defensively we need to do better.
"We tried to play with three and two centre-backs. Be passionate, be calm but above all work."
Arsenal are 8/13 to win on Saturday with Huddersfield 4/1 and the draw 3/1.
Emery also used the press conference to give an injury update with Shkodran Mustafi and Henrikh Mkhitaryan both back in full training while Granit Xhaka and Ainsley Maitland-Niles have a chance of being fit for the weekend.
While the Gunners have their troubles away from home, the Terriers have the greater problems going into the game.
They look destined to return to the Championship at the end of the season having won only two games all season, having scored just 13 goals in 25 league games.
Arsenal are 3/1 to finish in the top four while Huddersfield are 1/8 to finish bottom of the table.
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