Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin insists that the Gunners are good value for their 100 goals this season in all competitions which prove that they have the required firepower and creativity to challenge for titles.
The north London club are only the second team in the Premier League to reach that milestone after Chelsea, who have 105 goals this campaign, having played more games.
The Gunners reached that landmark with Alexis Sanchez's second goal in the game against Hull, which they won 3-1, with the Chilean scoring two and Aaron Ramsey chipping in with another.
With that win Arsenal are level on points with Manchester City, with a game in hand against Sunderland, to be played later in the month. Winning their next four games will confirm them a top two finish, which they haven't managed in over a decade.
Bellerin, who has contributed two goals to Arsenal's 100-goal blitzkrieg, believes that they need to end the season on a high and that the tally could not have been reached without the help of the defenders, who start the attack from the end of the goalkeeper.
"[Reaching 100 goals] shows the team has the capacity to score goals. We've got creativity, we've got quality up front but the team also defend really well as well," Bellerin told Arsenal's official website.
"The defence start the attack from the goalkeeper to the striker. The team-mates are really creative, really good going forward and when we get in front of the goal and have chances, we showed that we can finish them as well. We are very dangerous.
"Finishing strongly was our goal since the beginning of the season. We just need to keep pushing forward and the team can't be champions, but now we have to push for second place. We need to get as many points as we can.
"We knew it was going to be a tough game but the team responded and we showed that we're not going to drop off," he concluded.