Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has praised his "determined" side after their 1-1 draw with rivals Tottenham Hotspur earlier.
"In the second half we showed the mental strength of a side determined not to lose the game," Wenger told BBC Sport. "In the end I think it is a good 1-1.
"Kieran Gibbs's movement is good. His timing in the box is good. Sometimes when he gets into a position he doesn't believe he can score.
"What this championship shows is that you have to fight 200% in every game for a result, you have seen that in all the games today. It shows it will be down to the team that can find the mental resource in every game."
Arsenal visit West Bromwich Albion and Norwich City in their next two games in the Premier League after the international break.