Aaron Ramsey has praised the team’s chemistry ahead of our tie against Liverpool on Monday and revealed he believes we’re capable of winning the title together.

After years of chopping and changing within our squad for a number of reasons, it feels oddly secure to have a team who we know respect each other and aren’t leaving at the first flash of more cash.

Rambo has hailed this togetherness and explained how the players perform for each other on the pitch.

“Most of the players here have been together for a long period of time,” the Welshman said. “I have been here seven years now and the chemistry and the way the players get on with each other, approach each other and fight for one another on the pitch it has never been as good as it is now.”

The midfielder continued, “This team has a lot of quality and we have won a few things now. This team can push onto bigger and better things, and I hope we can show people this season how close a tight-knit group we are.

“We know we have a good squad and we are more than capable of challenging anybody on our day but the main thing is to go into each game individually and try to come out on top. We have had two successful years when we have won things and we will try to see where that takes us this season and I’m sure we will be there or thereabouts.”

Winning trophies together is not only a superb way of developing a winning mentality, but, as Rambo says, it allows the individual players to form bonds. They’ve all been through the same experience and know how to fight for one another.

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It’s a refreshing change to have a squad of players who all seem to genuinely get on. There aren’t too many egos or abrasive personalities, so the balance seems a lot more equal than previous years.