Blackburn Rovers striker Ruben Rochina is confident that they can defeat Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday.
Rochina scored his first ever goal in the English top-flight at the weekend as Blackburn put an end to three successive league defeats to draw 1-1 with Fulham at Craven Cottage.
On Saturday Steve Kean's side host Arsene Wenger's Arsenal at Ewood Park and Rochina believes that they can gain maximum points in front of their own supporters.
"Fulham are a good team and I think it was a good point," said the 20-year-old in The Lancashire Telegraph. "It was very important. The game wasn't at home, it was a difficult game.
"Arsenal is a good game but I think we must work hard and I think we can win the game. They are a great team but we have many good players and a good team. I think we can win.
"Next weekend I will try for that, and the other players the same."
Reflecting on his goal against Fulham, the Spaniard stated: "It was a great moment.
"I think it was the best moment since I arrived here, but the most important was the one point for the team. I think the team go up little by little.
"I think it is not my best moment, I think I go little by little for my best fitness. It is my third goal but the important thing is the team play good and win the games."
Rovers are at the foot of the league standings with just one point from four matches.