Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists he will treat each of his side's ten remaining Premier League games as a "cup final" as he bids to continue his fine record of securing a top-four finish in each of his seasons at the club.
The Gunners, who were eliminated from the Champions League earlier this week despite an impressive 2-0 win at Bayern Munich, are in danger of failing to qualify for Europe's top competition.
They trail fourth-placed Chelsea by five points but could cut that gap to two if they secure a win at Capital One Cup winners Swansea City on Saturday.
And with no silverware left to play for, Wenger is adamant his players will be going all out to clinch a Champions League place.
He said: "For us, every game is like a cup final. Win at all costs and repeat what we did in Bayern Munich. The first priority is to be in the Champions League and it is our main focus."
Wenger refused to reveal whether Lukasz Fabianski, who marked his first start in over a year with a clean sheet in Munich, will keep his place in goal ahead of his countryman Wojciech Szczesny.
The Frenchman added: "He (Fabianski) did very well. I have not made my decision yet. I will let the players know first.
"Kieran Gibbs is out. Nacho Monreal will come back in."