Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech believes the Gunners are set to win their first Premier League title since 2004, although his manager Arsene Wenger has called for caution.
Former Chelsea star Cech told BBC Sport Focus: "The squad is very strong and once we have everybody available, the manager can use every player the way he likes.
"That will be to our advantage and we'll be able to go all the way."
Wenger's side are two points behind leaders Leicester and have lost only once in 11 league games, but the Frenchman is not getting carried away.
"It is much too early to say who will win the Premier League. We are only halfway," said Wenger during his press conference ahead of the Boxing Day clash at Southampton.
"We lost our first game at West Ham so we weren’t sure we’d be here at Christmas.
"Football is pragmatic, no one can predict what will happen in the next 17 games for example.
"We go with the same attitude and spirit.
"If you look back at 2015, we have been consistent overall and have had quite a positive record. Stabilised our defensive record and improved against strong teams. We’re going the right way."
Wenger revealed that Alexis Sanchez will not be involved, adding that the Spaniard and Mesut Ozil will have their contracts looked at in May in view of extensions.