Norwich City manager Paul Lambert is wary of the threat that Arsenal will pose to his side tomorrow afternoon at Carrow Road.
Lambert's team have already faced Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea this season and the Scottish boss believes that the Gunners will prove to be another stern test.
"As hard as Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea were, Arsenal are a top, top side. They are a brilliant football side and we are going to have to play above ourselves to get something," he said.
"There is no point in trying to kid anybody on, Arsenal are a brilliant side, but we are at home and we will try to go at them.
"We are going to play against one of the best teams in Europe, not just Britain, and Robin van Persie is playing really well at the moment, scoring goals as if it is going out of fashion."
The Canaries are currently ninth in the Premier League table, two places behind Arsene Wenger's side.