Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has warned Manchester United that the Gunners are ready to take revenge in the FA Cup quarter finals after their Premier League 2-1 defeat at the Emirates Stadium earlier in the campaign.
Earlier in November Louis van Gaal's side secure the three points when they went to North London thanks to an own goal by Kieran Gibbs and another from Wayne Rooney even though the Gunners dominated much of the game.
Wenger has not forgotten about the number of goal chances missed in that game and is now looking forward to the trip to Old Trafford on Monday 9 March to take revenge.
"We came out of the first game with some frustration because we had produced a performance and didn't get a result," Wenger told the Arsenal official website.
"That can happen in football. But if you produce a performance, nine times out of 10 you will win the game. That's what we want to reiterate."
After beating Hull City, Brighton and Middlesbrough, Wenger hopes to see off United to get through to the FA Cup semi-finals and ultimately defend the title they won last year against Hull.
"It's an interesting and exciting draw," he added. "We are the holders of this cup and we want to do absolutely everything to keep it. At some stage you have [to play the bigger teams].
"Last year we played Liverpool, Everton, Tottenham and that's what you do to get through. It's a good opportunity for us that we want to take."
But before the expected FA Cup quarter final, Arsenal will have a busy end of the month with three Premier League games against Crystal Palace, Everton and QPR as well the first leg of the Champions League last 16 against Monaco on Wednesday 25 February.