Following a thunderous 6-1 win over Coventry yesterday, confidence is high at the Emirates—no matter how unimportant the win.
A few key things took place in the Gunners' first Capital One Cup tie, such as Olivier Giroud's first Arsenal goal, Theo Walcott's and Andrei Arshavin's great play and, of course, the chances for all the youngsters to get playing time.
But for an Arsenal fan, that doesn't matter at all when they see the next game against Chelsea on Saturday.
Chelsea, who are at the top of the table, will travel to the Emirates to take on Arsene Wenger's men.
This will be the Gunners' second huge game this season, the first being a fairly impressive 1-1 draw at the Etihad Stadium.
Here are five things Arsenal must do to overcome Chelsea.