Arsenal boss Unai Emery says defeat a home Crystal Palace must be treated as a blip.
The Gunners’ top four push took a blow with the 2-3 reverse.
But Emery says: “We were improving and we were getting better defensively and today against two strong players, they gave us a lot of work – Benteke and Zaha – more than in other matches.
“I have the confidence in our way and I want to be positive today because this season we have been working and fighting to be in this key moment with the possibility to be in the top four, and we are. We are also in the semi-final of the Europa League and we can be proud of all the season.
“Today we can be frustrated, but tomorrow stand up and be ready for the game on Wednesday against Wolves knowing it is going to be very difficult but it is in our hands.”