Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says his team can show how much they’ve improved this weekend.
On Saturday the Gunners host Swansea (kick-off 4pm), who ended their Premier League title push last season with a 2-1 defeat at the Emirates in March.
And Wenger wants his troops to show that they have learnt their lesson.
He says: “I think that’s what is at stake now for us.
“We have a home game against Swansea and that’s a good opportunity to show that we have moved forward.
“We were a little bit in a difficult period at that time and we were a bit unlucky as well on the day, I must say. But it could be a similar game.”
The Frenchman says it is key his players all contribute to goals.
He adds: “If I look back at the teams I’ve had that were very successful, they could score goals from everywhere, even if we had one talisman like Thierry Henry, who scored goal after goal. Around him we have players who could score, so that’s a good basis.”