The Gunners are back in touch with the top four after a rugged start to the campaign and although the Czech Republic captain is delighted the team is winning, he would love to be doing more for his teammates.
"Performance-wise I'd say things are going fairly well," Rosicky told Arsenal's official matchday programme.
"I'd definitely like to be more productive - it's been a while since I scored a goal, for example, so I have to look at that and hopefully I'll be back on target soon."
Rosicky has appeared just six times in the league this season but after performing well for his country in recent Euro2012 qualifiers is hoping he can push his way back into Arsene Wenger's plans.
"I think everybody [gets a lift if they do well at international level]," he added.
"Every positive experience you have in your private life, your international football, or anything else for that matter, has benefits in your game. If you're happy then it'll be obvious.
"From my point of view I have two good games for the Czech Republic behind me and hopefully that can continue in my form here at Arsenal."