Arsenal midfielder and fan favourite Tomas Rosicky believes that if the Gunners are to win the Premier League title, they must add a cutting edge in the final third.

The north London side have not scored in their previous three league games and are without a win in four ahead of their trip to the south coast to take Bournemouth on at the Vitality Stadium.

Rosicky, who received the devastating news that he would be unavailable for the next two-three months, believes, as reported by the club’s official website, that his side have what it takes to win their first league trophy in 12 seasons.

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Although we have had a bad spell because we have not won for four games, the performances haven’t been bad at all.

In the game against Southampton we had plenty of chances and the performance was alright, but we have to show more killer instinct.

We cannot expect that we will have so many chances in every game. What’s important though is that we don’t panic. There are plenty of games in front of us. All the big teams are playing against each other so it will be very interesting and I believe we have what it takes to win the league this year.

It’s one of the best [Arsenal sides I have played in] because we have some world-class players here. I feel we have what it takes to win the league but we are not allowed to have any more slip ups.

The spirit in our dressing room was always right. Whichever new player came into the dressing room always felt welcomed because the spirit was always good.

It’s very important that, even when you have a rough spell which you will definitely have in a season, you stay positive, don’t panic, analyse everything in the right way and believe you have what it takes to win the league. I do.

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Arsenal face Eddie Howe’s impressive side on Sunday afternoon, who will have their front line led by none other than former Arsenal striker Benik Afobe.

The north London giants will look to regain some ground in the race for Premier League glory, currently sat just five points behind leaders Leicester City.