Arsenal Stars returns to training today at the club's training facility in london Colney, Shenley ahead of their thursday Europa league second leg clash against Olympiacos.
The Gunners will be coming into this game with much advantage after defeating the Greece's side by 3-1 the previous week.
Mikel Arteta has said the trophy is important for them and they are aiming to lift it this season. But will that be possible?
The Tottenham Hotspur victory over the weekend will ultimately boost these gunners stars confidence to thrash Olympiacos again as the manager aims to can achieve something great at the end of the season.
The Gunners hasn't been good in the domestic league this season and they will be doing all things possible to ensure that their maintain their Europa league Performance so far.
However, here are the pictures of Arsenal Stars who trained today;
Therefore, do you think Arsenal will Progress to the quarter final?
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