Former Premier League striker Michael Owen had positive words about Arsenal's performance as they beat Dinamo Zagreb 3-0.
The victory has taken them within one result of turning around their disastrous start to their Champions League campaign.
They need to win their final group game away to Olympiakos by a margin of two goals, or if they score three, then just a one goal advantage would be sufficient.
Owen acknowledges the difficulty they face, but gives them a chance.
Arsenal very good tonight. Still a mountain to climb in Greece but it's possible. https://t.co/V1cJy0vbWs— michael owen (@themichaelowen) November 24, 2015
Arsenal need to show they can handle the pressure, after a poor start earlier in the competition. The 3-2 home loss to Olympiakos is looking costly right now, but they have one game left to pull off an unlikely comeback.
Second place in the group is the best they can aim for after Bayern Munich clinched top spot, but Arsenal can at least take solace in that if they do get through, they will not be able to be drawn against the German champions in the knockout stages until at least the quarter finals.