The Welshman is confident the Gunners will rediscover their form.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey says that upcoming matches with Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund could turn the team’s season around.
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It has been a disappointing few weeks for the Gunners after throwing away a three goal lead in the Champions League to draw 3-3 with Anderlecht and then losing in the Premier League to Swansea City.
Things look to be getting tougher for the North Londoners as well as they face the Red Devils and Dortmund in five days in the league and Europe respectively, but Ramsey is looking at the positives.
“Hopefully we can get two positive results and turn our season around and get a bit of momentum going,” the Welshman was quoted by the Daily Star.
“We have started slowly. We’ve had a few draws and it was a disappointing result against Swansea.
“We have a tough week. We have Manchester United which is a big game with the top four in mind and then Dortmund.”
Ramsey himself has been criticised this term for not reaching the same heights that saw him nominated for the PFA Player of the Year award in 2013/14.
Arsene Wenger’s team as a whole have struggled and they are already off the pace in the English top tier and are out of the Capital One Cup following defeat to Southampton.