The Gunners had chances to win the game, the best of which fell to Olivier Giroud, but the Frenchman failed to take them and they had to settle for a point.
The result keeps Arsenal in third spot, two points ahead of Chelsea, who have two games in hand, while Tottenham are also on 58 points but have played just one game less.
The race for the top four will go to the wire but Wenger says Arsenal are still looking strong and has called on his players to bounce back against Fulham this weekend.
“We should have won the game, but it still keeps us in a strong position in the race for the top four,” Wenger revealed.
“We had the chances to score, and that’s my regret. Maybe we used power instead of technique too much in our finishing.
“My belief was always strong and still is. I am confident we will do it. The best way is to put the same effort into the next game.”
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