Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has expressed his delight with Arsenal's excellent form of late, and pointed to the performances of on-fire striker Robin Van Persie for the Gunners reversal in fortunes.
Arsenal have charged up the Barclays Premier League table having won their last five games on the bounce, with Van Persie central to their resurgence.
The Dutch international bagged a brace on Saturday to lead the Gunners to a 2-1 win over Norwich, taking his personal tally for the season to 13, and Ramsey believes that with Van Persie on the pitch they are a match for anyone.
"Robin is in unbelievable form at the moment," the Wales international told Arsenal's official website. "He is putting them all away.
"Full credit to the team, we are supplying him and he is finishing them. We are delighted with the way we are playing and hopefully we can continue that.
"We are on a good run and we have to go into every game now believing we can win, progress and hope that other teams might drop some points. Hopefully then we can close the gap."
Arsenal now sit in 7th place, level on points with Chelsea in 5th having recovered from losing three of their first five Barclays Premier League games, and Ramsey puts their development down to the summer arrivals finally bedding into the team.
"We are getting a better understanding of each other in this team now and we are gelling together," the 20-year-old added.
"There has been a lot of change here so it was natural to take time for people to bond and gel.
"In the last month we have definitely been doing that and hopefully now the team can continue its form."