Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky believes after a brief dip in form, the Gunners are now back to their best as they step up their quest for the Barclays Premier League title.
Arsene Wenger's side endured a difficult month that saw them defeated in the Carling Cup final, before being knocked out of the Champions League at the hands of a brilliant Barcelona.
Their domestic season also took a hit, with Arsenal drawing three consecutive league games either side of the recent international break.
They were also dealt another blow, losing to title challengers Manchester United in their FA Cup quarter final encounter at Old Trafford.
But the rejuvenated Gunners are back on track after picking up a vital three points on their travels to Bloomfield Road last weekend.
And Rosicky believes the 3-1 victory has provided them with the impetus they need to continue their assault on the title.
"We didn't have a good spell even though we were unbeaten because we didn't win for two or three games," he said.
"We badly needed the three points from Blackpool and I think we are on the right path again. We have a huge week in front of us and we have to be successful."
Arsenal welcome Liverpool to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, in an important clash for both teams.
Neither side can afford defeat or risk dropping more points with their end of season endeavours in mind.
"It's very important for us to be relaxed in these games. If you are relaxed you can express yourself the best so I hope that's what we will show on Sunday,” Rosicky continued.
"Liverpool have played some good football recently and it will be a very interesting match."