Arsenal boss confident of top four finish despite Palace loss
Arsenal boss Unai Emery is confident his team is capable of finishing in the top four despite their Sunday 3-2 loss at the hands of Crystal Palace.
The Gunners were shocked at home by Palace and speaking to the BBC after the game, Unai admitted their opponents were better tactically but the opposition second goal killed their confidence.
"In the first half with the possession, we were better. The second half we started well and we drove. The second goal gave them the confidence to continue and beat us. Our second goal gave us an opportunity.
"They were very good tactically and were organized defensively. In the set pieces, they gave us a problem.
"We brought on Alex Iwobi and we were better but their second goal was very bad for us and took away our confidence. We had fresh players and energy but in front, we had a very good team. To finish in the top four is in our hands," the Spaniard said.
Arsenal who are currently fourth on the log with 66 points will be traveling away from home to face a resilient Wolves side in their next league fixture.