The Gunners faced off with Sean Dyche’s Everton on February 4th and fell to a shock 1-0 defeat.
That was Arsenal’s third league defeat of the campaign, with the other two coming vs Manchester United and Manchester City on February 15th.
Said defeats have allowed the title race to remain very open so far, but a win over Everton on Wednesday would be huge for Mikel Arteta’s side and Martin Odegaard has been discussing the game recently.
Asked if Arsenal can use their defeat earlier this month as fuel, Odegaard said: “That’s motivation of course.
“The game we had there, the performance, everyone was really upset. We want to show a different side on Wednesday and get another three points.”
Arsenal are currently two points clear of Manchester City at the top of the Premier League as they try to win a first title since 2004.
They can extend their lead to five points on Wednesday if they beat Everton, which is the Gunners’ game in hand over City.
“As we’ve said many times we want to win all the games we play,” said Odegaard.
“It’s not really something special because it’s a game in hand, another game we want to win and looking forward to it.
“That’s the focus we have to have when we win and lose. We say it after each game. We had a few disappointing results but just came back and did the same thing as when we won.
“We have to keep that focus, work hard every day and take it step by step. Then we’ll see.”