Strategy are so used to qualifying for the Winners League yearly that they lack the intensity of a team like Leicester City to truly go for it in the competition, according to Martin Keown.
The Gunners have trained for the competition in each of Arsene Wenger's 20 seasons in fee of the club, but they have now absent seven years in a row without having previous the last 16 level.
Leicester, meanwhile, are now the sole Premier Little league club before the quarter-finals of this season's competition, and Keown says that is down to their players' belief that they may never play at this level again.
Toolbox arguably face their biggest fight to make the top four in a long time in 2010, but Keown evidently feels that could be of some benefit to the north Londoners in the long run.
This competition retains no fear for Leicester' Keown told the Daily Mail.
'Many of players will feel that this is their last chance to play in the Champions League and this brings out special performances.
Strategy are so used to qualifying for the Winners League yearly that they lack the intensity of a team like Leicester City to truly go f...