Aaron Ramsey insists "everything is fine" in Arsenal's dressing room
Arsenal face Crystal Palace on Monday night in the Premier League12:06 Monday 10 April 2017, 12:06 10 Apr 2017
Aaron Ramsey says "everything is fine" in the Arsenal dressing room, despite enduring a turbulent time both in Europe and the Premier League this season.
Rumours have also persisted as to the future of Alexis Sanchez, who is said to be wanted by London neighbours Chelsea. Antonio Conte's side are seven points clear at the top of the table and look set to lift the title for the first time since 2015.
Arsenal have slipped outside of the top four and remain behind Manchester United and Manchester City in the hunt for a Champions League place.
Speaking to Sky Sports ahead of Monday's game at Crystal Palace, Ramsey says that the team are solely focused on achieving the most out of their remaining games this season.
"You just have to deal with [negative press]," he said. "You get out there and you keep performing and hopefully we perform on the day. We're just focused on winning a football match.
"Everything is fine. We come into the dressing room everyday, everyone gets along. We're all trying to achieve the same thing and we're all in it together."
Aaron Ramsey and Alexis Sanchez appear dejected during their Champions League group game with Paris-Saint Germain last November. Image: Adam Davy/PA Wire/PA Images
Wenger has remained coy over his future at the club and despite claiming he has decided what path he will take privately, he is yet to share the decision publicly.
"He's our manager and we're delighted to play for him. He's brilliant for us, so we want to repay him by winning something for him."
The Welsh international said that his own struggles to stay fit and play consistently well this season have been an additional source of frustration.
"With injuries, I haven't got that consistency going. It's been a bit stop and start. I'm frustrated, but determined to finish off the season strongly."
Ramsey has shown glimpses of his full potential since returning from a serious leg break seven years ago and offered some insight into the struggles of Ireland's Seamus Coleman, who recently suffered a serious injury whilst on international duty.
"It's a bad injury but it's one that you can definitely come back from. It takes a lot of hard work and listening to the right people to get back out onto the pitch.
"I contacted him I gave him a little bit of advice about what I went through. I just told him to stick at it and he'll come back from this stronger."
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