Arsene Wenger has paid tribute to Tomas Rosicky, Alexander Hleb and Cesc Fabregas.
The midfield trio once again combined to great effect as The Gunners kept up the pressure on Premier League leaders Manchester United with a 3-0 victory over Fulham on Saturday.
Wenger admits Rosicky's style reminds him of former Arsenal wideman Robert Pires, while he feels Hleb provides Arsenal with variety.
"Rosicky is more of a Pires-type and Hleb is more for me a guy who attracts people to the ball, and then slides it through," reflected the Arsenal manager.
"Alex looks like he always slows the game down to speed it up again. He is more of a dribbler and a passer, whereas Tomas is more of the guy who is in the flow of the game, a little bit similar to Pires.
"When you have them all in there, it always looks easy and simple to play football.
"When you get that kinds of vibes out from a team, that means they are all on the same wavelength."
"At the moment, I feel we can score from everywhere - Rosicky, Fabregas they can score, Hleb maybe scores less, but he makes others score."
Manchester United and Chelsea also won over the weekend and Wenger expects the title race to go to the wire.
He said: "What is interesting now is we have 54 points, Manchester United have 54, Chelsea have 50. It looks to be very exciting.
"Last year at that period we were not in the race - this year we are highly in the race. We really want to do it."