Burnley boss Sean Dyche : "You don't want to get too greedy, it's a good run of performances and results. I thought we did enough to edge it, we had a couple of golden chances and kept them to meagre ones.
"We're not a side that's going to create so many, it's about the quality of chances. We asked enough to score a goal.
"We were on a tough run and the last three games have shown we can be at least competitive."
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, also to MOTD2: "In periods of the game, I liked it, but in other periods I did not. We started to give free-kicks, throw-ins, corners away and in that they are better than us.
"I learned a lot about the resilience we showed in defence and also that we need to improve the quality of our play, be calmer and improve the end product.
"In the offensive part of our game, we have to do better for longer periods."