ANTHONY KNOCKAERT has urged Albion to emulate latest victims Swansea by grasping a “big opportunity” to beat Arsenal.

The Seagulls host the Gunners at the Amex on Sunday (1.30pm) after a crucial 4-1 home win against the Welshmen.

That ended Swansea’s five-match undefeated run in the Premier League, which included a 3-1 victory over Arsenal at the Liberty Stadium.

Knockaert told The Argus: “For us it’s about what we are going to give. Swansea beat them a few weeks ago.

“I think at home we have got a big opportunity to beat them. We are going to try everything.”

Albion have climbed back up to 12th after eight points from four matches since losing 4-0 at home to Chelsea.

Knockaert, who scored this third goal of the season against Swansea, has warned there is still plenty of work to be done to achieve the aim of staying up.

“There are ten games left now,” he said. “We know every game is massive and we want to make the most of it, take as many points as we can.

“Nothing is finished. We still need to work really hard and we’ll see what happens.

“It’s not about the position. The position at the moment means nothing. If you look at the League it’s still really tight.

“Even if we finish 17th at the end of the season we will have done the job.”

Meanwhile, Albion’s under-23s have been drawn at home to Everton in the last 16 of the Premier League Cup. The seniors visit Everton a week tomorrow.

Everton will be without central defender Eliaquim Mangala. He has been ruled out for the season by a knee injury sustained in his second appearance on loan from Manchester City against Crystal Palace.