Emirates hero wants his team to keep fighting because Old Trafford club will slip up.
Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szcesny has told his team-mates to keep fighting for the Premier League because Manchester United are out-of-form and will drop points.
The Gunners trail United by six points with five games remaining following their dramatic 3-3 draw with neighbours Tottenham Hotspur.
Arsenal’s chances of overturning the deficit are slim but the 21-year-old is refusing to give up hope co0nsidering the Red Devils still have to visit the Emirates.
United will also play Chelsea meaning Arsenal do have a chance if they can overturn their form of one win in their last six matches, despite being 16 games unbeaten.
“We know that every time we draw, we drop two points, especially now when we have to catch up Manchester United,” Szczesny said.
“Thankfully they are dropping points as well, so it is not finished yet. It is going to be very difficult, but we are going to fight until the end.
“It is not in our hands any more and has not been for some time, we now have to rely on other teams to take some points off Manchester United.
“But they are not on form and we have to hope they will drop points and focus now on getting the result on Sunday.”