Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists the title race remains wide open after Manchester United's defeat at Liverpool.
Manchester United missed the chance to go six points clear of Arsenal at the top of the table after going down 3-1 to Liverpool, thanks to Dirk Kuyt's hat-trick.
Wenger was still ruing his side's failure to beat Sunderland on Saturday as they dropped two points in the championship chase.
The Gunners chief has refused to rule reigning champions Chelsea out of the title race and believes it will come down to who proves the most consistent over the last few months of the season.
"It was two points lost [against Sunderland] because first of all when you play at home you want to take the three points as well because we feel we scored a regular goal and we were disallowed a penalty so the three points were in there," Wenger told Sky Sports News.
"What diminishes the frustration is that the other teams dropped points as well like Man Utd yesterday.
Open"It is very, very open, I believe Chelsea is not completely out of it, Man City is not out,Tottenham has a little chance, a smaller chance.
"But it will be down to consistency, we have been remarkably consistent.
"I believe in the league if you look at results in the last ten games we have been the most consistent so let's focus to try to continue with that run and then you have a good chance."