Alexandre Lacazette admitted Arsenal should have scored more than two goals in their win over Huddersfield.
The Saturday afternoon clash saw Arsenal pick up their first away win in the Premier League since November, but Huddersfield caused a late scare with an injury-time goal.
Arsenal have struggled on the road this season, with costly defeats and draws away from home seriously denting the Gunners’ top four hopes.
Lacazette was on the scoresheet for Arsenal, but conceded the Gunners need to make more chances. He said:
‘Yes, I think we should have had more situations to score more goals, but we played against a strong team today in the second half. ‘We were in a difficult moment so these three points are good for us.’
While Arsenal scored twice, Huddersfield fired off 15 shots to the Londoner’s nine and had more efforts on target than the Gunners.
Huddersfield created two clear-cut chances, the same as Arsenal, and couldn’t captilise with the lion’s share of the possession.
Lacazette admitted the away win drought was playing on Arsenal’s mind, but the striker insisted it was a tough encounter with the Terriers.
‘We knew today was going to be hard but we are happy with the three points in the race at the top of the table,’ he said.
‘We knew we had the quality to win today, it’s about us and we did that.’