Serge Gnabry has said Arsenal should not be worried about their FA Cup semi-final tie against Wigan as the Latics are in the Championship.
After exiting the Champions League and battling for a top-four finish in the Premier League, the Gunners' only chance of ending a nine-year trophy drought will be to win the FA Cup.
Gnabry is very confident about reaching the final, as he feels Arsenal are the big favourites in the tie even though the Latics won the title last year against highly-fancied Manchester City.
"It is going to be a fight but we should face it as any other normal match, don't be scared because they are in the [Championship]. We should be favourites and if we play our normal game, there should be no doubt that we can win it," the youngster told Arsenal's official website.
"It would mean a lot [to progress]. Since we won the game against Everton and moved onto the semi-finals, I have been thinking about it a lot. It is a chance for us to win a trophy this year, and we have a pretty good opportunity."
But after Wigan beat Manchester City in the quarter-final, Gnabry warns Arsenal they will be keen for a repeat of their heroics.
"It is going to be difficult, though. Wigan will do their best to win the game as well to get another shock in against a Premier League team."
Manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Tomas Rosicky are "at the moment unavailable" to feature in the match giving Gnabry the chance to play.