Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that the Gunners will be dangerous in the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League if they can get through from their group.
The north London club face Olympiacos in Greece on Wednesday night hoping to get a win to qualify.
Arsenal can qualify by winning with a two-goal margin. They can also qualify with a one-goal margin win if they can score at least three goals on the night.
“We can be dangerous if we go through because we come from far,” he said, as Arsenal.com reported. “Overall if you look at the numbers since the start of the Champions League group stage, we have played with 10 men in Zagreb, we scored an own goal at home to Olympiacos, every single game we were a bit unlucky but if we get through we will be dangerous that is for sure.
“At the moment we have two or three super-favourites [for the competition] and whoever gets through will have to chase them.
"As long as you don't win the competition – at any stage to go out is bad. That is basically it. On the other hand, we have gone 15 times out of the group consecutively so you could say that is a good habit.”