Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger wants his side to avoid complacency in tomorrow's Premier League fixture at home to Norwich City.
The Gunners have had a great start to the season, sitting joint top of the league. Meanwhile Norwich are in the relegation zone, having lost four out of their first seven matches.
However Wenger has told his players to keep switched on.
In his pre-match press conference, the Gunners boss said: "At the top level, one of the keys is to switch on and off when it is right.
"The quality which is needed after a long break is to switch on again in a very quick, fast and efficient way. That is what is at stake and I am confident we will do that.
"We have learned something in the last 18 months, that the Premier League has changed, that every single game is a potential danger for any team in the league and the recent results in the Premier League have confirmed that.
"Every team who are favourites today are on their toes because they know every game is a potential danger."
And the Arsenal boss is well aware of the threat Chris Hughton's side possess.
He continued by saying: "Norwich are much more dangerous (than last season) because they have (Johan) Elmander, (Ricky) van Wolfswinkel and technically they are very good in midfield.
"It is always a potentially dangerous game to play Norwich because they are a team with a good dynamic and are not scared to play. They showed that against Chelsea in the last game."
The French boss received some good news that Mesut Ozil is fit to play on Saturday at the Emirates after a knee injury picked up on international duty.
Santi Cazorla could also make his first appearance since September 1, recovering from an ankle injury.
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