Arsenal striker Gabriel Jesus says the title race will now get down to unity and team spirit.
Arsenal are now eight points clear of Manchester City at the top of the Premier League after beating Crystal Palace 4-1 on Sunday.
Mikel Arteta's side now have just 10 games to go and their title charge has been boosted by the return of Jesus. The striker had been out for three months after injuring his knee at the World Cup, but he is now back fit and ready to help Arsenal get over the line.
“Now is, I think in my opinion, the best part of the season," said Jesus. “When you have deciding games, big games as well, away and at home.
“Now is the time we have to play the same, don't change, be together and then we will see.
“The team are doing so good. I think no one here is the main man. Everyone is together. When I got injured, we were sure Eddie [Nketiah] could go there and help us - and he did it. [Leandro] Trossard came in and did it as well.
“So everyone is together. To be champions of this big, big competition we need not only 11 players."