ARSENAL boss Mikel Arteta does not believe Eddie Howe will make a plethora of changes for their FA Cup fourth round tie on Monday (8pm).

Cherries ended a four-game losing Premier League run with a 3-1 victory against Brighton on Tuesday, with survival in the top flight the Dorset club’s main aim.

But Spaniard Arteta, set for his second trip to Vitality Stadium as Arsenal head coach, believes Eddie Howe will field a strong side for the encounter.

He said: "After winning a game the manager for sure wants some continuity, to build on that, build some momentum to give confidence to the team. I'm not expecting any relaxation.

"We need to get back winning and get back there, everybody talking about us. This is a great competition to try to do that."

The 37-year-old’s first match in charge of the Gunners was a 1-1 draw at Cherries on Boxing Day.