Olivier Giroud
Spearheaded by Giroud's goals, Arsenal have moved within seven points of leaders Chelsea. Getty Images

Arsene Wenger insists that Arsenal are on a scoring spree and can smell more goals coming their way.

The Gunners have scored 62 goals in 31 games thus far and have a goal difference of 30, the third best in the league. Their tally is only superseded by Chelsea and Manchester City and Wenger believes that they can go on to score more goals in the seven games left for the season to end.

The north London club were at their penetrative best against Liverpool on 4 April at the Emirates, where they hammered the Merseyside club 4-1, taking revenge for a similar decapitation at Anfield last year when Luis Suarez and company helped themselves to five goals, which led to a mid season collapse for top of the table Arsenal.

Mesut Ozil, Hector Bellerin, Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud helped themselves to a leaky defence, and the Gunners moved to the second spot in the table for the time being, with City travelling to Crystal Palace later in the evening.

Arsenal have 15 different scorers in the league this season, more than any other team and with the likes of Jack Wilshere, Serge Gnabry and others coming back from injury, they can take another step forward and end the season on a high.

"You smell that we can score goals. If you look at the number of goals we've scored now (62 from 31 league games), that's quite good with seven games to go," Wenger told Arsenal's official website.

"We have a good mentality and good cohesion in the team. There is something happening. That shows you that they are ready to fight for each other. You can see that - you can't cheat on that.

"That is a good basis, and defensively we are getting better. I think you also have to give credit to players who get less, such as Coquelin. In the first half he broke up many attacks in a convincing way."