The Gunners face Manchester United at Old Trafford and are looking to stay top of the Premier League.
“We know that if we win this game we will go four points ahead of Manchester United,” the full-back told Arsenal TV Online.
“We will try to win the game by playing well, but at the end of the day playing well and losing the game is not giving you anything.
“Okay, it gives you credit you are a good player and you play for a good side, but at the end of the day if you can be four points ahead of the second place, that is all that matters.
“We just want to win and make our fans proud. We have been training hard every day and will show them we are up for this game.”