ARSENAL defender Gael Clichy has warned his team-mates they must rediscover their winning habit before tackling two big games in the space of four days.<br /><br />The Gunners threw away the chance to close in on Premier League leaders Chelsea when they squandered a two-goal lead at West Ham on Sunday. That slip-up came just days after they conceded an injury-time equaliser to draw at AZ Alkmaar in the Champions League.<br /><br />And Clichy says Arsenal need to stop the rot before tomorrow’s visit of Liverpool in the Carling Cup and the north London derby against Tottenham on Saturday. <br /><br />“We were in control of the game, but it is not enough because we have to win games and stop losing points like this,” said the Frenchman.<br /><br />“We have the quality, it is just small details that make the difference and we know that. The Premier League is really tough – even at 3-0 up you can concede a draw or lose the game.<br /><br />“That shows you the level of the competition and the teams we are playing against. That is good for English football, but we should have won the game.”<br /><br />Having won 11 of their first 13 games without drawing a single one, Arsenal have now suffered back-to-back stalemates.