"I think if we win at Old Trafford we can win the title because it will bring our confidence back fully," he told The Independent. "For us to go and win there will be a huge thing. We are not so far away for that. Every morning in training, no matter what, our football is attacking.
"We are not going there to sit back. We cannot. Arsenal football is to push forward all the time. Everyone knows that.
"We are going to put them under pressure, we will show them what we can do. We have a big chance against (United) to show people that what happened in the first and second leg against Liverpool was a mistake by the referees."
The African star reckons the young team have learnt from their errors this season and will be a more experienced team next term.
"From this season, I can tell you how much we have learnt," he commented. "They will not be going the same again.
"Next year if we are five points ahead in March, for sure nobody will catch us."