It was important Arsenal didn't concede more than a goal against Wolverhampton, according to Bernd Leno.
The Arsenal shotstopper was impressive when Unai Emery's side hosted the Wolves on Sunday as he made four outstanding saves throughout the game that ended 1-1.
Ivan Cavaleiro broke the deadlock in the 13th minute but the Gunners levelled through Henrikh Mkhitaryan - four minutes before stoppage time.
"I think both teams had many choices and at the end we could have won or lost, so the result is okay for the performance," Leno is quoted saying by arsenal.com.
Regarding his vital save to stop Wolves from doubling their lead, the 26-year-old said: "I think if we conceded the second goal then the game would have been finished so it was important to concede just the one goal so that we had the chance to at least draw. At the end we could have won this game."
On returning to winning ways, he said: "Of course we are 16 games unbeaten, but we have to win these games because these games at home are very important. Today the result is a little bit disappointing."