Queens Park Rangers manager Ian Holloway has tipped Arsenal to finish the season above Manchester City in the Premier League's top-four, but says their fans haven't helped their side's efforts.
The Gunners' faithful have been infamously split in their loyalties to long-term manager Arsene Wenger, and with many fans campaigning for the Frenchman to leave the club in the summer, Holloway told TalkSport that they have made his job more difficult.
He said: "I think Arsenal can do it (finish in the top four). I think the Arsenal supporters this year haven't really helped and I know every supporter wants to win things but you can't have that undermining of your manager situation, because it really doesn't help.
"I wish they (the club) would have made their mind up and announced what was happening earlier but that hasn't happened.
"I think Arsenal will get there again, but I think their players need to have a long hard look at themselves because sometimes they don't turn up, i really believe that.
It doesn't matter who the manager is, it happened at Chelsea under Mourinho, and it happened at Leicester.
"Can Man City do it? I love the way their manager thinks, but i think Arsenal will just about do it. West Brom will be a tough nut to crack so I'll go with Arsenal to stay up."