Wigan Athletic defender Steve Gohouri believes his side have every chance of grabbing a minimum of one point against Arsenal on Sunday as they look to stabilise their Premier League position.
Roberto Martinez's Latics were held to a goalless draw at home to already relegated Portsmouth in midweek to move five points above the drop zone and, with just four games of the season remaining, the Ivory Coast international believes they can grind out a result against the Gunners to further aid their cause.
Speaking to reporters, he said:"Arsenal have a team full of top-quality players, and it will be a very good test for me and the team.
"We are still in trouble at the bottom of the league, and we have to remain tight at the back and try to keep another clean sheet.
"If we can do that, even if we don't score, at least we will get a point.
"We believe we can win, though. But we will have to keep our concentration for the whole game, like we did on Wednesday, and maybe get a bit of luck this time."