Arsenal stopper Wojciech Szczesny has refused to give up on the title despite the draw at Spurs last night.
The Polish goalkeeper was in the thick of the action throughout, making some crucial late saves after giving away a penalty in the second half of the match.
Having slipped down to third, many pundits have written off the Gunners' title chances. However, Szczesny believes Manchester United can still be caught despite the six point gap with only five games remaining.
"I’m confident United are going to drop points and we just have to focus on getting the three points every time we play for the rest of the season now," the keeper told Arsenal TV.
"If we manage to win every game, including beating United at home, it could be very interesting in the end."
The north London side will host the Red Devils on May 1st in a fixture that looks likely to play a pivotal role in the location of the title. Second place Chelsea also have Sir Alex Ferguson's side to play, suggesting the championship race has more twists to take.
Arsene Wenger has agreed with his player in that Arsenal can still win the Barclays Premier League, while skipper Cesc Fabregas paid tribute to the fans for their support in a classic derby.
"Shame yesterday about the result. We have to keep going till the end. Thanks once again to all the away fans, they were fantastic! Appreciated,' said the Spaniard on Twitter.
A trip to Bolton awaits Arsenal in their next league clash on Sunday.
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