Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has conceded that his side have struggled to deliver against the lesser sides this season.
The Gunners have lost on two occasions to Chelsea but they have picked up some good results against the rest of the top sides in the Premier League.
Wenger's men are unbeaten against Tottenham and Liverpool while they have also recorded wins over Manchester City and Manchester United.
The so called lesser teams have caused problems for the north London outfit and as a result, Arsenal are fourth in the Premier League table.
They are 13 points behind leaders Leicester and Wenger admits his side should have done more this year.
He told the London Evening Standard: "If you look objectively at our season we have done better than anybody against the big teams... but we did not turn up when we felt we were less under pressure.
"I say to my players that our responsibility is to fight in every single match until the last minute of the season.
"We are an attacking side. I don’t think you can pretend to be a big club and say 'we only want to defend' – we have that responsibility and we have to stand up for that."