Arsenal are currently sixth in the league and seven points behind Manchester City who occupy the final Champions League spot with one game in hand.
The two sides will meet this weekend in the FA Cup semi-final with both teams looking to pick up some silverware this season.
But Arsenal still harbour slim hopes of reaching the Champions League places.
Aaron Ramsey insists Arsenal still believe they can reach the top four
Arsenal still face crucial games against Manchester United and Spurs in the league
They still face crucial league games away at Tottenham and at home to Manchester United where they cannot afford to drop any points.
Arsene Wenger has never failed to reach the top four in his previous 20 seasons at Arsenal.
And while Ramsey admits Arsenal face a tall order to keep up their record, he insists the Gunners will give it their all.
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"Of course it’s going to be a difficult run but we’re up for the challenge," Ramsey told Arsenal's official website.
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"We had to start by getting the three points. I think we have seven games left now, so it’s important for us to take it a game at a time.
"I think we’re going to have to win them all – we’re capable of doing that but it’s going to take an enormous amount of concentration in every game."