Arsenal ace Aaron Ramsey has claimed that the Gunners only require five days in order to turn their disappointing season around, Daily Star reports.
The North London club and manager Arsene Wenger has been put under some pressure in the aftermath of losing a three-goal lead to draw a game against Anderlecht followed by a 2-1 away loss to Swansea City.
These results have the Gunners sitting sixth on the league table as well as five points behind Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League, but Ramsey believes that a win against Manchester United this weekend can be a start of a comeback.
Ramsey said: “Hopefully we can get two positive results and turn our season around and get a bit of momentum going.
“We have started slowly. We’ve had a few draws and it was a disappointing result against Swansea.
“We have a tough week. We have Manchester United which is a big game with the top four in mind and then Dortmund.
“They are both tough games, but they are the ones you want to be involved in as a footballer. We have a lot of catch-up still to do, but hopefully we can come out on top in them.”
Ramsey was an integral part of the Gunners last season, but has failed to make much of an impact this time around due to an injury sustained at the end of September.