Nicklas Bendtner is adamant Arsenal can still challenge Manchester United for the Premier League title.
The Gunners will be hoping to record their first league victory since mid-February when they travel to Blackpool on Sunday.
Although Arsenal head into the weekend seven points behind the league leaders, Bendtner has every faith his team-mates can show the character over the remaining eight matches to secure a dream end to the season.
He told Arsenal TV Online: "We just have to pick ourselves up and get going. There will still be more twists and turns in this championship. We are still in with a chance.
"I firmly believe if we win all of our last eight games we will be champions, but we have to give it absolutely everything.
"When it does not work for us and we don't play as well as we should we need people to run around, to make tackles and make it difficult for the other team.
"Everyone is really focused. The trust and the belief is there. We just have to put on the performance. We have to really battle."
Bendtner continued: "You have to put yourself in a mental state where despite disappointments you have to want to achieve goals - the DNA of a champion is that no matter what disappointment might happen, you have got to pick yourself up and keep going.
"This is really what we need to show."
The Denmark striker, however, insists Ian Holloway's men cannot be taken lightly.
"Blackpool have had some surprising results at home," he said.
"They seem to battle through every single minute, they are not an easy team so we need to be really serious when we go there to compete."