The Arsenal defender urges the Gunners to keep their feet on the ground after consecutive victories.
Arsenal have enjoyed great form lately, displaying great attacking performances while maintaining good results. The Gunners look nothing like the side which slipped to tenth place at the beginning of the season. They are on a five-game winning streak, scoring 14 goals in their last three games.
Despite their great run, Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney believes they still have a long road to earning a top-four spot.
Asked about Arsenal’s chances of earning a Champions League return, Tierney responded (via 90min):
“It’s obviously what every Arsenal fan, player and staff wants, but there is a long way to go,
“We can’t get too ahead of ourselves yet. There are big games coming up and there are a lot of games coming, so there’s still a long way to go.
“We have got a very young team and it’s brilliant to see. Hopefully for years to come we are all playing together and growing together. I think you can see that over the last year or so.”
Premier League postponed the Gunners’ upcoming game against Wolves on Tuesday. Arsenal will have more time to rest ahead of their crunch battle against Manchester City on Saturday.