Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is wary of Aaron Ramsey reaching the 'red zone'.

Ramsey scored a brace against his old club Cardiff City on Saturday to increase his goal tally to 14 in all competitions this season.

But Wenger insists he will give Ramsey a rest when the time is right.

"I have to treat him like all the players and give them a breather when they need it" said Wenger. " I don't want to put too much pressure on his shoulders and we have a game that is based on team play.

"That's why I think we have to respect our game - once we do that, anybody can score. We have seen [Mathieu] Flamini [against Cardiff] - he scored a goal. It's the first one in five years.

"When the team plays well anybody can score."

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