Arsenal duo Hector Bellerin and Alex Iwobi have been chatting to the club's official website about how the team can get a result at Manchester City on Sunday.
The Gunners face the unenviable task of trying to halt the current best team in England at the Etihad Stadium - the Citizens have won nine games out of 10 so far and have plundered a staggering 35 goals.
Pep Guardiola's men are sweeping aside all before them at the moment, and Bellerin and Iwobi are wary of the monster that lies in wait.
Bellerin said: "Hopefully we can replicate the defensive discipline we showed in that game, that solidarity and hopefully we can be a bit more efficient in front of goal and score the chances we get.
"It is going to be one of the biggest challenges of the season [against Man City], we are playing away as well so that is really hard for us.
"Most of the teams that have played against them have just defended, but we are not a team like that: we want to attack, we want to keep the ball, so hopefully that will be a different challenge for them and we can match them."
Iwobi echoed the Spaniard's sentiments, adding: "With the attacking players we have, we’ll always create chances and should be able to get a couple of goals, but we need to tighten up in defence, especially against a team like Man City."
Arsenal will be hoping to spoil the party by stealing all three points and recording their third win on the spin - City on the other hand are eyeing their ninth straight league victory to keep the pressure on Manchester United.