Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says they'll always attack Chelsea in their FA Cup semifinal.
"You know how we play. We will not sit back and wait for Chelsea to make the game. We will go in there and try to dictate the game," the Gunners boss declared.
"If you say that we have too many players at the moment going forward it is because many of them were out and we discovered those who came in are very good as well.
"But do not forget that two or three months ago, people were saying 'you cannot score goals, you don't have enough offensive weapons'.
"We show now that we have the players and the confidence."
Wenger, though, insisted: "I don't expect Chelsea to fear us, I just expect them to play a good game.
"I expect us, with the needed confidence we have built up, to go into this game firing on all cylinders and play with the passion, hunger and happiness we have shown in every single game."
Arsenal's last trophy was the 2005 FA Cup.
Wenger, though, insists his team has not gone backwards since then.
"You are always positive, but I believe people made out like we have disappeared since 2005," he said.
"However, we were in the Champions League final in 2006 and last year, we nearly won the championship.
"We have always been there and now some new people discover that we have good players and a good team - but every year we have a good team."