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Arteta: Players must put things right

Mikel Arteta says it is up to the Arsenal players to turn the club's season around following Saturday's home defeat to Swansea.

The Gunners were outplayed at the Emirates by the Swans, who won thanks to two late goals. The fans voiced their frustration at the end of the match and Arteta admits things must change.

The defeat left Arsenal 10th in the league and they are now 1/1 to finish in the top four.

"They've [the fans] got all the right to be upset with us," said Arteta. "We can't keep asking them to be behind us if afterwards we don't give them back what they deserve. So it's up to us.

"We have to respect what they do. We will get criticised and it's part of our job, but the main thing is everyone gives 100 per cent and that's what we're trying to do.

"We can't keep asking the fans to stay behind us. They will be very frustrated and it's up to us to put it right."

Arsene Wenger's side have a respite from Premier League pressures on Tuesday when they travel to Olympiakos on Tuesday in their final Champions League group stage match. Wenger is set to rest some of his stars, with Theo Walcott and Lukas Podolski unlikely to make the trip, which could mean a rare start for Tomas Rosicky.

The Gunners are 14/1 to win the clash 2-0, while a goalless draw can be backed at 10/1.

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