Tonight's win was Arsenal's 10th successive home victory in the Premier League, and French striker Lacazette admitted afterward that he and his teammates are confident that they can finish in the top four and qualify for next seasons Champions League.
"We need to continue being consistent, continue creating a big mentality, learning when we need to struggle and when we need to push together".
Only reigning champions Manchester City have taken more points at home than Emery's side this season - but a poor return on the road threatens to derail the Spaniard's bid to secure a return to the Champions League.
To which Ozil replied: "Our aim is to get into the top four, of course we're happy that we're in front of Tottenham. you know [laughs]".
Asked if he would go out to impress Emery and other potential suitors during Bournemouth's final six games of the season, he said: 'No, not really. It's a big challenge for us to continue in this way. He's a real quality player in possession.
Marco Reus recently named Ozil as the best footballer he's had the chance to play alongside in his career.
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"The problem with the away form is most managers will think they can't play two strikers in a tough away game but I think he has to play two strikers because they can't keep a clean sheet".
Magpies manager Rafael Benitez said: "I am disappointed because we knew it would be hard, we knew we could lose".
"After you have to defend against a team with pace and quality".
"I prefer to be where we are and have the points on the table and get three points in the next game".
"We were pushing at 1-0".