Emirates legend still believes his side will win the league title.
Arsenal striker Robin van Persie still has faith in his side’s ability to win the Premier League.
The Gunners lie five points behind leaders Manchester United but do have a game in hand after the 2-2 draw with West Bromwich Albion.
Arsenal are in a slump at the moment – winning one in their last six games, crashing out of the Champions League and FA Cup, while losing the Carling Cup final in the final minute – all in the last three weeks.
But van Persie says the North Londoners will put the disappointment behind them and being out of every competition will help them land their first league title in seven years.
“It is a real blow that we threw away three trophies within the space of only three weeks,” said Van Persie.
“However, we still have another big objective and that is winning the Premier League title.
“We are five points behind Manchester United but have a game in hand, so we can narrow the gap to two points.
“It is actually an advantage that we are no longer active in other competitions, so we won’t get distracted.
“We still have everything in our own hands and will do our utmost to win the league title, even though we have been dealt a few big blows in recent weeks.”