Emirates star know his team must bounce back against White Hart Lane club after draw with Anfield team.
Arsenal defender Johan Djourou wants his team-mates to get the draw with Liverpool out of their systems by beating North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Arsene Wenger’s men head to White Hart Lane on Wednesday knowing three points are essential to put the pressure on league leaders Manchester United.
The Gunners trail United by six points with only six games remaining. The lead could be extended by then with the Red Devils playing Newcastle United tomorrow night.
But the Swiss international says his team must keep up the pressure on United but is concerned by his side’s home form.
“The gap has grown a little bit now but we must keep going because you never know what can happen, starting at Tottenham,” Djourou told the club’s website.
“It’s a shame about the Liverpool result. We thought we had it in the bag. We had so many chances to kill the game off but were unable to score.
“Our home form is the issue. That’s three home draws in a row and we have to learn.
“This team has a lot of quality and character, we just need to bounce back and keep fighting.”