Lukasz Fabianski says Swansea have to go all out for the win when they take on his former club Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
The Swans have a tremendous record at Arsenal in recent seasons, and with the club stuck in a relegation battle, they have never needed three points more.
Any kind of positive result will be a tall order against a Gunners side who are desperate for a win themselves as they look to stay in the title race, but Fabianski says the Swans have to go for it.
“We are always aiming for the maximum and that is the same for the next game,” Fabianski said. “When you look at our situation we cannot afford to go into any game not aiming to take the maximum points.
“We cannot aim for less and we want a win at Arsenal. Last year it was a good game and it went well. Obviously, this season is a different story for us but we want to make it another positive one and hopefully we can get something.
“I think it will take a similar effort, maybe an even greater one, to win this time. In this league you have to be at 100 per cent, if you are not you will be punished.
“It is nice for me to go back there but I have to do the best I can for the team.
“Arsenal are up there and are very dangerous at home so it will be very tough for us but we like to play against them and hopefully it will be another good outcome for us. I wish them well but only after Wednesday.”