A one-off win is great but its memory will fade quickly if we can't keep the momentum going.
The sun may be setting on many of the tired and feckless in the Arsenal squad but dawn is breaking for those who will replace them.
Form and fortune have deserted Mikel Arteta. He has three games to save his Arsenal career.
How do Arsenal defy expectations and come away from Goodison Park with the points?
Never famed for their reticence, German goalkeepers have an illustrious history of being frank and unabashed but Leno's assessment of his colleagues in the build-up to the 1-1 draw with Southampton was breathtaking in its scale.
Until Arsenal learn to curb their worst, most destructive tendencies, there will be no respite for a team that is clinging to a cliff edge.
Mikel is taking Arsenal to war in his efforts to turn the team's fortunes around. But is he charging headlong into disaster?
Is there any way back from the brink for Arsenal as they continue to sleep walk towards oblivion?
No more excuses for Mikel Arteta or his Arsenal squad, they must deliver against Burnley in order to rescue season.
Why is behind Arsenal's recent slump in form? Is it simply a case of missing ammunition for our strikers or is there more at play?