Arsenal fired six of the best past Ludogorets in the Champions League and now are looking to maintain their red-hot form against Middlesbrough this weekend.
Mesut Ozil applied the gloss to a ruthless display with a second-half hattrick in a 6-0 rout on Wednesday.
Arsenal were cantering against the Bulgarian champions thanks to sublime first-half goals from Alexis Sanchez and Theo Walcott and a strike straight after the break from Alex Oxlade- Chamberlain before playmaker Ozil joined the party.
Boss Arsene Wenger wants Ozil to score more, with the six-goal German World Cup winner just two strikes of his best haul for the Gunners.
Wenger says: “In the second half we took control of the game completely and could have scored more.
Ozil has got the taste to score goals.
“We want him to be a provider and a scorer and it looks like he has got that balance now.
Meanwhile, defender Skhodran Mustafi says the joint-Premier League leaders have to maintain their form in if they are to break their 13-year wait for the title.
He says: “That’s what makes the difference between great teams, it’s not about having all the one month, two month performances and then go down.
“It is a marathon and we have to fight until the end and if you are there, the most difficult thing is to stay up there.
“We have to try, we have to focus on the details, be concentrated, we need all the team, we need all the players and in the end, hopefully we will be successful.”