Arsenal are on a good run in the Premier League, in second place after winning 10 of their past 11 matches, and they travel to struggling Burnley on 11 April, where manager Arsene Wenger wants to maintain that quality.
The Gunners have 63 points from 31 matches with seven games remaining, while leaders Chelsea have 70 from 30 and a better goal difference. Manchester United and Manchester City are third and fourth respectively with 62 and 61 points.
Asked if he thought Arsenal could win the league, Wenger told a news conference at their London Colney training ground: "It's difficult to have a speculation on that. What we want is to go as high as we can until the end of the season, give our best.
"We are as well in the semi-final of the FA Cup. We are in an important moment of the Premier League season and it's a period where you just show your quality by focusing on the next game and maintain the quality."
There has been a lot of media speculation that England international Jack Wilshere might be sold, but Wenger dismissed this with a smile and a light-hearted tease: "Look, you can imagine my answer and send it to Sky Sports News! You have enough experience. We are not in a position anymore where we have to sell our best players."
As for facing 19th-placed opponents Burnley, Wenger said: "Look, Burnley is a tough test for everybody because they - you should look at their table because they started slowly, but recently they have played very well against all the big teams in the league.
"They are quite efficient at home because they made 18 points out of 26 at home and therefore we have to make sure that we have to produce the expected performance, on the commitment, on the focus and on the quality of our game."