The Gunners are 15th in the Premier League table after leaking goals in their opening seven games, but the Welshman is confident that they can get back on trackArsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is sure his team will turn their season around, but only when they sort out their defensive problems.
The Gunners have conceded 16 goals in seven Premier League games, leaving them in 15th position, but the Welshman is confident they can get it right and start climbing up the table.
"It’s been a difficult time for us so far but I’m sure things will turn around soon," Ramsey told Sky Sports News.
"I think we have the quality it’s just that we need to defend better as a team and hopefully we can sort that out pretty quickly to turn things around."
Ramsey also revealed that international team-mate Gareth Bale has yet to give him stick over Arsenal's loss to Tottenham.
"He hasn’t said anything about the game to me so far so it hasn’t been too bad," Ramsey added.
"I always like to meet up with Wales and it’s nice to see everyone again and to be a part of something.
"He hasn’t really said anything so it’s better that way I think."
Wales play Switzerland on Friday at the Liberty Stadium, though the match has no competitive significance for the hosts, who cannot qualify for Euro 2012.