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Arsenal star discusses battle with Everton, WBA, Arsenal & Liverpool

18:28 19 November 2012

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Arsenal's Jack Wilshere. Photo: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere knows that his side are in a five-way fight for fourth spot.

The Gunners still trail Everton and West Brom after their win over Tottenham with Liverpool starting to make an impression in the league.

“The league is getting better and better every year,” said Wilshere. “There are new players coming from different countries and the intensity of the league is getting much more quicker.

“We know we have got Everton a couple of weeks away and some night game which is going to be and going to be difficult.

“West Brom, Everton, Tottenham and Liverpool - who have got a great squad now - are going to be difficult, but we have got to keep getting the three points and really push on.”

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