Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny has suggested results are more important than performances for the Gunners in their final four Premier League games.
Arsene Wenger’s side moved back into the final Champions League qualifying place in the Premier League following their 3-1 win against West Ham on Tuesday, with Szczesny admitting the display was not as impressive as many Arsenal produced in the opening few months of the campaign.
However, the Polish keeper is convinced his side can win their final four games of the campaign, ahead of their FA Cup final against Hull next month.
"As long as we get three points, it does not have to be beautiful," Szczesny told reporters after playing his part in the home win against the Hammers. "I will take four or five more games like that until the end of the season.
"Every game is like a cup final for us now and we know we have to get the result every time and wait for Everton to drop points.
"In the Premier League we had not won in four games [prior to the West Ham victory], so it was important to get back to winning ways. Three points is all that matters at the moment."
Szczesny is hopeful that Arsenal's success in finishing last season with a run of victories to snare a top-four finish will stand them in good stead as they battle with Everton for a Champions League spot in the next few weeks.
"Hopefully, the experience of fighting and having good run-ins can help us get through again," he added. "Before the four disappointing results we had recently, we were still in the title race. So that has slipped away from us but it is important for us to fight for the new challenge, which is the top four now."