Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey feels that his side can get back into the Premier League title race despite them currently being seven points behind leaders Chelsea. The Gunners are currently in red hot form, having recorded consecutive wins in their last six Premier League fixtures.
And Ramsey feels that Arsenal, who next face Liverpool in the Premier League, can challenge for the English title this season if they continue playing in the same fashion in their remaining league fixtures.
"Stranger things have happened," said the Welshman, according to ESPN, when asked if the Gunners could win the Premier League title this season. "We need to win every game, and hope Chelsea and Man City do not take every step."
Although it is highly unlikely that Arsenal would be able to displace Chelsea from the top of the table, Ramsey insists that the Premier League is highly predictable and "teams can lose against anyone."
"In this division teams can lose against anyone. We have just got to be switched on and make sure it doesn't happen to us and maintain this run."
"We just have to focus on ourselves and believe other teams around us will be on the end of upsets. We just have to try and win every game until the end of the season."
Despite struggling a lot against Newcastle United at St James' Park on Saturday, the Gunners were still able to beat them and secure the three points.
And the former Cardiff midfielder, who admits that the game was "very difficult," feels that the Gunners did well to keep the Magpies at bay.
"It became very difficult, we were under the cosh," Ramsey added. "It was nervy. We couldn't quite get the ball down. Their fans started getting behind them and you could feel the tension building within us. We did well to keep them out."
Meanwhile, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger feels that his side have become a lot stronger than they were five months ago due to the efforts of the whole staff.
"We're a stronger team today than we were in September and that's down to the focus of the whole club, of the whole staff and the quality of work the whole staff puts in. Let's hope we can go from strength to strength now until the end of the season," Wenger told the Gunners' official website.