Unai Emery is determined to keep looking ahead rather than dwelling on the current eight-match winning run he is enjoying as Arsenal head coach.
After losing his first two matches at the helm, tricky Premier League clashes with reigning champions Manchester City and FA Cup holders Chelsea, the Spaniard has seen his side win every game.
That continued with a 3-0 victory over Qarabag in the Europa League on Thursday night, making it eight in a row for the Gunners.
The last time they achieved such a run under previous manager Arsene Wenger was in April 2015.
The current string of wins has taken Emery’s side to within four points of City and Liverpool at the top of the table and, with those two clubs meeting on Sunday, extending Arsenal’s run to nine games with victory over Fulham would close the gap.