Wojciech Szczesny
Wojciech Szczesny [Reuters] Reuters

Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny has vowed to fight till the final game of the Premier League this season following their goalless draw against Manchester United on Wednesday.

The result prevented the north London club from going to the top of the table once again after having held the coveted spot for most of the season. However, Szczesny has faith in the team's ability and is not willing to give up as they are still in the race to emerge as English champions this campaign.

The Gunners currently sit second in the table with 56 points after playing 26 matches in the league. Chelsea currently lead the charge with 57 points while Manchester City and Liverpool are breathing down their necks with 54 and 53 points having played 25 and 26 matches respectively.

"We'll fight right until the end and that's the least you can expect of players from Arsenal Football Club. There was a lot of mental strength from us [against United]. I thought we tried our best and we defended really well for 90 minutes," Szczesny told Arsenal's official website.

"It was similar to a lot of games we've played at home recently where teams have defended well against us. Today we didn't take our chances which was disappointing but we came up against a very good side. We're happy about keeping a clean sheet," he added.

The 23-year-old put in a resilient display to deny United strikers the lead on two occasions including a header from the former Gunners' star Robin van Persie in the second-half.

We'll fight right until the end and that's the least you can expect of players from Arsenal Football Club.
- Wojciech Szczesny

The Polish international palmed away the 30-year-old's attempt on to the bar to maintain a clean sheet throughout the night.

Arsenal are set to welcome Liverpool in the fifth round of the FA Cup at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday as Arsene Wenger aspires to end their eight season trophy drought by lifting this trophy.

The 64-year-old will be hoping that his side will avenge the 5-1 humiliation suffered at the hands of the Merseyside club in the league last weekend by knocking the Reds out of the competition.