Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is hoping to give his side's Champions League qualification hopes a shot in the arm against Premier League leaders Arsenal this weekend.
The Uruguay international has scored 23 league goals this season and after the Reds dropped points against West Bromwich Albion last weekend, the club are eager to get back to winning ways.
Suarez was denied the opportunity to speak with Arsenal regarding a move from Liverpool in the summer but having fully committed himself to the Anfield club he is ready to damage the Gunners' title hopes.
"Arsenal are the leaders in the table and victory would be good for morale, give the whole squad an enormous injection and reduce the points difference at the top," Suarez told the Daily Mirror.
"We didn't have success at the Emirates, so our objective now is to win and I believe we have that chance."
"It's rare that everything could be decided on the last day, but we must keep going and to ensure that happens we need results against the other main candidates."
Wenger has publically ended his pursuit of Suarez after failing with two bids for Liverpool's top scorer, but Arsenal are still expected to make a bid for a forward in the summer transfer window.
"No [I have no regrets]," said Wenger. "You sometimes have regrets when a player played for you, and scores goals or does well somewhere else. He was never our player, it is just a situation that did not come off and that is it.
"But it was not to replace Olivier Giroud. We never wanted to replace Giroud, we always had complete confidence in him. I said at the beginning of the season that he always does better in the second year everywhere and he shows that again this season.
"He is a very important player for us and I am not surprised at all he is doing well."