Theo Walcott believes that Arsenal are starting to find their feet, and will get back on track to achieve at least a top four finish this season.
The Gunners have suffered a particularly poor start to the season, and while they have held their own in the Champions League group stages, the club can boast just 10 points from eight matches.
But Walcott believes that after defeating Sunderland on the weekend, and Marseille in France during the week, things are starting to come together for the new-look side.
“Well I've always felt that the team has been playing well but we've not managed to get the right results,” he told the official Arsenal website.
“The last couple of performances and results have been massive for us, not just for the team but for the whole aura throughout the Club.
“Everyone is on a high and we need to take that into each game now. We can't look too far ahead so when people say 'Arsenal are back on track' we just have to forget about that.”
Walcott believes that the squad are starting to play to each other’s strengths, which has taken time with big names Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri leaving to make way for up to five signings in the last 24 hours of deadline day.
“We are starting to work for each other a bit harder than we have done in the past, that's the case now, and it's starting to take shape for us,” he explained.
“It's always going to take time when you have new players come in from different clubs - they need time to settle. They are coming out of their shells as well and it's only going to do us favours.”
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