The Gunners full-back believes his side can consign their stuttering start to the past with a win over a "big club" such as the Reds at Anfield on Sunday afternoonArsenal defender Carl Jenkinson has expressed his belief that victory over Liverpool on Sunday can underline his side's Premier League credentials.
The north London club have been held to two disappointing goalless draws in their opening fixtures, at home against Sunderland and away to Stoke.
| ARSENAL LATEST
|11/2||Arsenal are 11/2 to draw 1-1 with Liverpool with Paddy Power
"It would be a huge statement of intent to win there,” he told the club's official website.
"Liverpool are a big club but we are just focused on our own game, and hopefully we will execute as we need to and get the three points."
The former Charlton right-back also expressed his admiration for the Anfield crowd, describing the ground as a "special place" to play football.
"Anfield is always a great place to play football, we're all looking forward to it and we're going for the three points," he continued.
"I was only on the bench last year, but the atmosphere and the stadium itself make it a special place. Liverpool are an ambitious club, and I am sure they will not sit back at Anfield looking to take a point.
"Hopefully it will be an open game and maybe that will be of benefit to us because it will open things up a bit.”
The Gunners go into the game having not tasted defeat at Anfield in four years.