The manager is wary of the threat of Everton, who are unbeaten in seven and recently triumphed over Manchester United, and is thankful for the reminder of their talentsArsenal manager Arsene Wenger insisted his side will not fall victim to complacency ahead of the visit of Everton.
The London club sit four points clear at the top of the Premier League table following a fine start to the season, but face a tough task against a Toffees side unbeaten in seven and recently triumphed over Manchester United.
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"[Martinez] has done remarkably well because they have had some difficult games," he said. "They have played many of the big teams in the league and overall are in a very strong position.
"They have just come out of a win against Manchester United. We are lucky this season a little bit, because there is always a big warning before we play against these teams when they have exceptional results.
"That keeps us on our toes. We know it is a big game. I don't think there is a danger [of becoming complacent] because we are hungry, we want to win, and we have just put a few results together that will make us more ambitious.
"It is a continuity as well because since the beginning of 2013 we have been quite consistent in our results, but now we have a big week in front of us starting with Everton and we have to show we have the hunger and the quality to do it."