In-form Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus is locked and loaded on Arsenal.
The Brazilian scored his second Champions League hattrick for Pep Guardiola’s manne in their 4-1 win over Dinamo Zagreb on Wednesday night.
That takes the 22-year-old to five goals in his last three games as the Blues look to get their Premier League title defence back on track after falling 14 points behind leader Liverpool.
And those goals have become even more important with leading hitman Sergio Aguero out injured.
Ahead of their trip to an inconsistent Gunners side, Jesus says: “I have to do my job.
“My job is to score goals and help the team, without the ball and with the ball.
“Last month, I was not scoring and I feel so bad because I have to score and help my teammates.
“Now the goals are coming so I’m so happy but I cannot stop – I have to keep scoring.”
Meanwhile, coach Freddie Ljungberg has told his Arsenal player not to skrik for the Premier League champions.
The caretaker reckons the team must be fearless as the Gunners look to rebuild their confidence after a run of one win in 10 league games.
Ljungberg’s manne got that win in a comeback 3-1 victory at West Ham on Monday and the former Arsenal star hopes youngsters Gabriel Martinelli, Nicolas Pepe and Joe Willock can shine again.
He says: “It’s a funny thing: players do things in training and it’s not a problem, then all of a sudden they get very tense and can’t do it in a game.
‘You have to relax, dare to be football players, be brave.
“They were in the second half [of Arsenal’s 3-1 win over West Ham]. They let that handbrake go and they played really good football.”