Arsenal’s first team rallied together earlier this week to discuss how to put the club back on track over fears that their season is petering out, according to The Mirror.
Arsene Wenger’s side look to be out of the race for the Premier League title following last weekend’s 3-1 defeat to leaders Chelsea.
The North London outfit now sit in fourth place, 12 points adrift of Antonio Conte’s side, and just five points separate second from sixth, which will make finishing in the top four even harder this season.
The Gunners remain in contention for silverware as they are still in the FA Cup and Champions League, and with big games coming up, the players held a team meeting on Tuesday to discuss how to move forward, claims The Mirror.
Wenger’s men take on Hull City at the Emirates this Saturday, and it could be a potential banana skin as Marco Silva’s side recently defeated Liverpool and held Manchester United to a draw.
Four days after facing the Tigers, the Gunners have a huge last-16 first-leg tie against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in Germany.
With the title race seemingly over for Arsenal, their biggest focus will be on winning the Champions League, but getting past Bayern will be no easy feat.
Since the start of 2017, the Gunners have won five, drawn one and lost two in all competitions, and they are now the league’s top scorers with 52 goals.
Getting back to winning ways is likely to ease pressure on Wenger, who has been feeling the heat from a number of fans who want him to walk away from the manager’s job at the end of the season.