Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard has challenged his team-mates to compete for both the Champions League and Premier League during the run-in.

The Gunners are in a fight for the title and Saturday’s 5-0 victory over Burnley made it five wins on the spin.

Arsenal have scored 21 goals during that run and they have looked revitalised since the mid-season winter break.

Mikel Arteta’s side return to Champions League action on Wednesday when they head to Porto for the first leg of their last-16 tie.

And asked if Arsenal have the squad to compete on two fronts, Odegaard said: “That’s what we want to do, we want to compete in every competition we play in.

“Of course Champions League is a massive one, so we are excited for it.

“We just want to focus on ourselves each game, keep improving every game and we will see how it goes.

“We are in a good moment now. We have to use that momentum, keep building on it and we will see.”

Odegaard has been in fine form recently and was instrumental in Arsenal’s win at Burnley, which moved them to within two points of leaders Liverpool.

The Norwegian scored the opener inside four minutes and set up Bukayo Saka for the second of his goals after the break.

Arsenal’s attack came in for some criticism earlier in the season as they struggled in front of goal, but they scored five against Burnley after beating West Ham 6-0 and now have the best goal difference in the Premier League.

“I think that’s what we were missing a little bit in the last few weeks before the break – we created so much but we didn’t score the goals,” said Odegaard.

“But within the last few games, we’ve been brilliant in front of goal. We get so many people in the box and so many situations around the box. So yeah, it’s been brilliant.

“Last game was great performance and yeah we played really good again. We just have to keep going like this, there’s a long way to go and we can still improve a lot of things. I think that’s the mindset. We just want to keep going and keeping improvement.”