Arsenal midfielder, Santi Cazorla, believes the side must build on the impressive performance that saw them beat Bayern Munich 2-0 in the Champions League on Wednesday.
The Gunners were 3-1 down after the first leg at the Emirates Stadium and went to the Allianz Arena with most people giving them little chance of qualifying, however, they only fell one goal short of reaching the Quarter Finals after goals from Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny game them hope.
After the victory in Germany many of the players admitted they have mixed emotions on the night, but admitted that the victory can give them a massive boost in the race for top four.
Spaniard Cazorla was delighted with Arsenal's performance on Wednesday night and is hoping that the side can continue their impressive form when they face Swansea on Saturday.
He told Arsenal player: “The positive we take out of the game is that we gave a good account of ourselves against one of the favourites for the Champions League, winning at their stadium.
“The team can gain momentum from this. We have to use this game as an example for the future and try to play as well as we did against Bayern.
“The Swansea squad in general is strong but, above all, Michu. I know him from when we were very young and he is a player that can make a difference. He's scored a lot of goals.
“They are a team that will be difficult to play against, they play good football. Michael Laudrup has a philosophy that is great for the supporters to watch. We hope we can get the better of them because, for us, it's vital to get the points.”
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