Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta has revealed that the club has a huge responsibility to qualify for Europa League.
He also continued by revealing that he was under no pressure given the club’s current position in the Premier League.
Addressing the press following the current 1-1 draw against Slavia Prague, Arteta noted that he was under no pressure terming it a responsibility they have to overcome.
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Currently, Arsenal are in 10th position and unlikely to catch up rival Tottenham Hotspurs to book a place in the Europa League competition come next.
A win for the Gunners in Europa League will book them a place in the Champions League and cover the shame of dropping places these season.
Last season Arteta led Arsenal to a FA Cup win but has since looked struggling something that he said he is not afraid of given his long term project he has for the club.