Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is optimistic that his side can still win this season's English Premier League title despite being 11 points adrift of leaders Leicester City.
The Gunners will take on Everton in this weekend's early kick-off at Goodison Park.
In his press conference on Friday, Wenger said Arsenal can take positives from their performance against Barcelona as they look to finish the season on a high.
"Things will change until the end of the season. We must take care of our own destiny.
"Our performance against Barcelona was positive. We just want to play with the same passion and desire now.
"We are focused on a positive result. Now is the time for us to produce the results that we want.
"We are fully focused on tomorrow and finishing well this season. We need to give 100 per cent.
"I love to win. That desire is my motivator. You are born like that, that motivates me," Wenger said.
He posited that Arsenal possess quality strikers.
He went on to describe Iwobi as an intelligent player while praising Romelu Lukaku for his displays this season.
"We need to increase the quality of our game then the strikers will benefit. We have quality strikers."
"I rate him (Iwobi) I have great belief in his qualities. He is a creative and intelligent player."
"We knew him (Lukaku) when he was in Belgium. He is getting better year after year."
And on the injury front, he ruled out Mathieu Flamini for the Everton and gave the latest on the trio of Santi Cazorla, Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey.
"Cazorla is recovering slowly. Wilshere is developing well. Ramsey will be back sooner."
"Flamini picked up an injury against Barcelona. Apart from that, everything looks positive."