If only Gooners. The form, fight and confidence that Arsenal have been showing in the last two months cannot help you think about what might have been, if we had started the season better or had a few less injury problems to cope with.
As it is, after Man City lost away to Burnley and looking at the fixtures that the top four battlers have to face, the Gunners are now looking like we are not only set for a top four spot, but we are looking pretty good value to finish ahead of Man City.
City heads are down so you would not assume they will beat anyone right now and if they are beaten by Barcelona on Tuesday, Tony Pulis and West Brom will fancy their chances next weekend. Then they travel to in-form Crystal Palace and still have an away Manchester derby and a trip to the spuds to think about before a final day clash with Southampton.
As long as we win the FA cup again, second would be an improvement over last season, which was also ruined by injury problems as well as Wenger´s bizarre lack of action in the January transfer window. The boss did well to get Gabriel this year, however, and that could prove to be a vital move as the season wears on.
The momentum is with the Gunners but we have probably left it too late to challenge Chelsea for the Premier League title though. Haven´t we?