The Polish international said it only matters if the team is first in May
Wojchiech Szczesny couldn't resist talking about Arsenal's title chances in the eve of the league leaders' match with Hull City on Wednesday.
"We're in a position that we'd like to be in for as long as possible. It really doesn't matter where we are now, it matters where we are in May," claimed Szczesny quoted by the Irish Independent.
Reflecting on the team's classic victory on Saturday against Cardiff, the keeper praised Aaron Ramsey for scoring a double against his boyhood club.
"It was obvious that if anyone was going to score then it would be Aaron. We're delighted for him because he's been through a lot. As far as him being the best in the league, I don't care as long as he does a job for the team," explained Szczesny.
Arsenal have been Premier League leaders for almost three months straight since they peaked the pile in October. The Gunners managed 10 wins in 13 games and lost only to champions Manchester United.
Londoners were angry with the December fixture pile-up which sees them play Napoli in the Champions League 60 hours prior the visit to Manchester City.
The Napoli clash can decide the Gunner's fate in the competition since both teams have equal points, but the Italians would need a 3-0 win to eliminate Arsenal.
The Etihad clash is followed by a home derby with city rivals Chelsea in another six-pointer just a week later.
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