Gael Clichy feels Arsenal have to ask themselves some tough questions after slipping out of the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.
Arsenal's only realistic chance of securing some silverware this season was snuffed out by the head of PSV Eindhoven defender Alex.
Arsene Wenger's Gunners have flattered to deceive this season, as they have failed to add steel to their silk and Clichy is aware that a number of problems need to be addressed ahead of next term.
"If we can't score we have a problem somewhere and if we concede goals then we have a problem there as well," the full-back told Sky Sports News.
"We have to ask the right questions to ourselves and look forward and try to work even harder.
"The main objective is now to get as many points as possible."
Swedish midfielder Fredrik Ljungberg feels the mood in the camp will be low for a few days.
He added: "It will take a couple of days to calm down, but we have to focus on the Premiership to get the Champions League place."