Wenger will looking to his home form in order to claim a top four place.
Arsene Wenger stated that the race for the top four will be down to which team is the most consistent.
Arsenal moved into third place in the league after a nervy 2-1 victory away to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
The Gunners are renowned for going on a run and storming to a Champions League place with Wenger’s experience vital.
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“It will be down to consistency,” Wenger told Sky Sports
“Everybody will fight for it. You have six or seven teams who will fight for these positions and that’s why the three points were important for us today.”
Arsenal host AS Monaco in the Champions League on Wednesday night and have some favourable fixtures in the Premier League remaining which could potentially turn this into a satisfactory season for the Gunners.