Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is looking forward to the title-decider clash with Manchester City, Sportivationng.com reports.
The Gunners snatched a 3-3 against Southampton at the Emirates Stadium on Friday night to further dent their title hopes.
They have failed to win in their last three matches in the Premier League, picking three points from games against Liverpool, West Ham and Southampton.
Arteta is raring for the blockbuster clash against Man City at the Etihad on Wednesday.
“I cannot wait, these are the games you want to play. When everything is at stake you have to go there to win,” Arteta said.
“It is the beauty of this sport, you want to be in these positions. We will have an incredible trip to Manchester and we will prepare really well.”
“This young team reacts in a way that is incredible, when it is against the odds but the chances they created and the spirit they had it was a joy to watch,” Arteta said.
“The message is clear, that I love them.”
Manchester City are five points behind Arsenal with two games in hand.
The Gunners must win at the Etihad to stand any chance of ending their 19-year title drought.