Arsene Wenger maintains there should be no need for Arsenal to worry about what the Tottenham and Newcastle scores are on Sunday as they look to beat West Brom to win the race for third place.

The Gunners head into the final game of what has been an extraordinary Barclays Premier League campaign with destiny somehow still in their own hands. Arsenal opened the door to their rivals in the battle to secure automatic Champions League football following a thrilling 3-3 draw with Norwich at Emirates Stadium last Saturday.

However, they remain in the driving seat and Wenger insists he will not have one ear on the games at White Hart Lane or Goodison Park. He said: "It can happen that we will have to look, but normally I never do that. We want to win our game and if we do that we don't need to listen to anybody."

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