WOJCIECH Szczesny claims Arsenal will not fear anyone in their current form -- but warned against taking Fulham's challenge lightly at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow.
Arsene Wenger's men are a team transformed from earlier in the season, now having won 11 from 13 games in all competitions after a brace from in-form captain Robin van Persie helped beat Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday to secure passage into the last-16 of the Champions League.
Goalkeeper Szczesny, however, maintains Arsenal must remain focused if they are to keep up the challenge of a top-four league place.
"I don't think we'll struggle with complacency. For us, every game is massive now," Szczesny said.
"We have needed to get some points to catch up with the teams at the top of the table. The Fulham game is massive for us and we'll be up for it."
Szczesny added: "It is fantastic that we don't fear playing against anyone.
"We are very confident going into each game and feel like we have what it takes to get the three points. We keep winning so I hope we keep that habit going and win every single game from now on."
Midfielder Alex Song feels Arsenal are starting to gel as a unit.
The Cameroon midfielder said: "We want to show everyone is wrong about us and we did very well -- but we don't want to stay in the same situation now and just say, 'everything is working and we will just keep on like this'.
"We want to push ourselves to try to look forward."