No dwelling on Norwich City draw for Arsenal’s Francis Coquelin

Francis Coquelin says Arsenal cannot afford to dwell on their disappointing 3-3 draw against Norwich and must now turn their attention to beating West Brom.

The Gunners surrendered the initiative in the race for third when a late Steve Morison goal earned the visitors a share of the points on Saturday – only for Sunday's results to lessen what Coquelin initially admitted was a 'massive blow' and leave the Gunners in the driving seat.

'When you come back to 3-2 at home you expect to hold the result, and it didn't happen so obviously the whole team is really disappointed,' he told Arsenal's official website.

'We played better in the second half but fair play to Norwich, they didn't give up and got the equaliser.

'We just need to focus on West Brom and try to claim the three points. We will give 100 per cent until the end of the season. We have one last game and we need to win.'