Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta warned his span that their four-match winning streak is under threat from Crystal Palace tonight.
The Gunners have been on a roll recently and confidence is growing as they look for a fifth win in a row in all competitions, lifting them to 11th in the Premier League.
But with the 13th-placed Eagles visiting the Emirates for a London derby, Arteta says there can be no complacency and the hard work must continue.
He says of the threat of Wilf Zaha and company: “They are a really compact and organised team and you know what you're going to expect.
“They have players with a big individual talent that just need moments to win games, to create actions that can unbalance the game so we have to be very careful with that.
“We go from the first minute to try to win the game, to attack them and be cautious as well of the strengths that they have and try to control them as much as possible.”