Arsene Wenger has urged his team to make a come back after our Bayern Munich defeat and continue our run of good form in the Premier League against Spurs on Sunday.

The midweek 5-1 loss was tough to take but it doesn’t have to be catastrophic unless we let it. In the league we’re still flying, sitting equal on points with Man City at the top of the table and in great form.

“It was a disappointing result on Wednesday night but before that we did extremely well in the Premier League,” the boss said. “We will try to continue from one competition from the other.

“I believe that in the Premier League we have a strong confidence and focus and that is what we want to reproduce on Sunday against Tottenham and, as always, it is a derby. It is always a game where the commitment and nervous force will be important.”

The key to success in the Premier League is to not allow other results to affect us and this can semi-apply to our own results as well. As useful as it can be to learn from our mistakes, dwelling on bad matches can end up knocking our confidence and ultimately affecting how we approach other games.

Add to this the fact that we have a few injuries and it means we have to completely bounce back and be top of our game against Spurs.