Recently the North London side is on a poor run which gave their opponents a opportunity to grab the spot for next season’s Champions league.
Emery doesn’t see his lads in the next season’s Champions league.
New Arsenal manager Unai Emery admitted that right now Chelsea and Manchester United are the favourite ones to grab the fourth position in EPL.
While Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham are fight among themselves for the EPL gong, now its clear that only one spot is left for the Next season’s Champions league.
Now for this fourth spot, it should be contested between Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal, these three trio is just separated by three points in the table.
However, Emery has put his side in the last in this mini league, and he believes they have the least chance to finish at the fourth spot.
When question asked to him, whether he thinks Arsenal to not to book a spot for the Champions league next season, he replied: “Now, yes.
“Because we are sixth. It’s practical but it is like that. I trust in our capacity to take but it is like that.
They lost their last encounter against Manchester City by 3-1 goals did not helped the side, also they struggled against the top teams in the league, they faced humiliation when they faced Liverpool and lost it by 5-1 goals.
When asked him what is record against the best sides of the league, he replied: “The first is [to say] there are teams now better than us,”
“They have an advantage to us. And we need to be calm and also very demanding of ourselves in our minds for work and to be consistent over 38 matches.
“Now Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham, also – they are doing a big difference between us, but Chelsea and Manchester United, very big teams, also with a difference [to the top three] but they are closer than us.
“We can think our way is hard, is strong, is difficult but with a possibility and the possibility is because we are three points only behind Chelsea and one point behind Manchester United and they are two very big teams.
“I think we need to continue thinking in our capacity to be in the top four. But knowing it’s difficult.
“It’s not to think we’re playing under pressure, it’s to be demanding and also [we have] ambition to be in the top four. Also knowing other teams, they have an advantage to us.”