Arsenal's late charge for the top four continues with a home game against the English Premier League champions Leicester City at the Emirates on Wednesday.
With an FA Cup final place secured, thanks to a win over Manchester City, Arsene Wenger's men will now shift their focus back to the Premier League, where they need to win seven out of seven to stand a chance of playing Champions League football next season.
Owing to a meltdown in form in the New Year, Arsenal now need to pick up all three points in all of their remaining games, something Wenger believes is possible, as long as his team keep their focus through the 90 minutes, something you normally don't associate with the Gunners.
"That (to win all seven remaining games in the Premier League) has to be the target," Wenger said. "To achieve that, we have to win the next one. I think the next thing we have to achieve is to transfer the energy level we showed on Sunday (against Man City) to the Premier League.
"We started well at Middlesbrough, so let's continue that against Leicester.
"The semifinal win will give us a bit more confidence. I think it will convince everybody that with the right energy levels and the right fighting spirit, the right togetherness, we can beat everybody.
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"The top four is open, but what it demands from us is consistency in the results now until the end of the season. It's still possible, but that means we'll maybe have to have a perfect run-in."
Arsenal, with 57 points from 31 games, currently sit in seventh place in the Premier League, seven points behind fourth-placed Manchester City, who have played a game more, and nine points adrift of third-placed Liverpool, who have played three matches more.
Manchester United are fifth on 63 points from 32 matches, while Everton are a point above Arsenal, but having played 34 games.
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So, in a way, the top four place is still in Arsenal's hands – they need to win them all and score lots of goals to trump Liverpool on goal difference.
Looking to stop Arsenal in their tracks will be Leicester City, who currently sit in 15th position, six points off the relegation zone. With a few games in hand, though, Leicester do look like they have overcome any relegation fears, with Craig Shakespeare, the caretaker manager, demanding a perfect run-in to end the season.
"The focus is on trying to get as many points from now until the end of the season," Shakespeare said. "We know what's at stake but to be fair to them they're very focused as a group.
"I'm not sure how many points it's going to take [to stay up] and the weekend proved that. Teams are capable of winning games and putting points on the board so we have to make sure we look after our own club."
Where to watch EPL match live
Arsenal vs Leicester is set to begin at 7.45pm BST (12.15am IST). TV and live streaming information is below.
India: TV: Star Sports Select HD2. Live Streaming: Hotstar.
UK: No live coverage on TV or online.
USA: TV: NBCSN, Telemundo. Live Streaming: NBC Sports Live.
Australia: TV: Optus Sport. Live Streaming: Optus Online.
Canada: TV: Sportsnet World. Live Streaming: Watch Sportsnet.
Middle East, North Africa, New Zealand, Thailand: TV: Bein Sports Arabia. Live Streaming: Bein Sports Connect.
Germany, Japan, Switzerland: DAZN.