The Gunners now have the worst defence of the top six sides and are yet to keep a clean sheet away from home following their 2-1 win over Huddersfield on Saturday.
As if to justify the figures that put him top of Nigeria's highest earning soccer stars, Iwobi got the evening's opening salvo, before Alexandre Lacazette sealed the 2-1 away win at John Smith's Stadium. They actually had 15 shots on goal as opposed to Arsenal's 9, and 6 on target whereas we only had 4!
Insisting that a top-four finish was a realistic target, the Spaniard said: "I think it's hard, but we can (finish in the top four)". We tried everything, we gave everything to win the game right until the end.
Arsenal have endured an indifferent top-flight campaign, but the Gunners find themselves just one point adrift of Manchester United with 13 matches remaining. "It is my personality (why he was so animated), if in one moment I think it is negative, I would not do it".
And he will be encouraged by the fact Arsenal have won all three of their Premier League meetings with Huddersfield.
"Our motivation is very great, every player wants to win every match". "I am very happy, we were working very well". "Especially the away fans, the hardcore fans who go away, travelling all other the place, losing patience with a young Londoner, an academy player, trying his very best".
Arsenal play both legs of their Europe League last 32 tie against BATE Borisov before returning to Premier League action when they host Southampton on February 24.