Arsenal striker Thierry Henry has no doubts about a top four finish.

With at least six teams realistically battling for four places, Henry acknowledges the size of the task ahead but says the way Arsenal have responded to adversity fills him with confidence.

"We obviously don't want to be out of the top four. There's going to be a hell of a competition this year to be in it," he told arsenal.com.

"But I do think this team has what it takes to be in it, if you think about the way the team has come back from the beginning of the season.

"The team is slowly getting into form. Again, we lost a full back against Leeds [Francis Coquelin] and we can do without injuries. That will help a lot.

"But it is what it is. We still had to win a game out there against Leeds and it happened."