It's a brilliant attitude and a great response but it's not what we need - we need points and we need to start finding a way to win.
"We are a team that came from the Championship and where we are now could be expected".
Arsenal haven't gotten a win in the Premier League since the end of November either, but they can start getting their form turned around and add to Newcastle's misery with an emphatic victory here on Saturday.
The North Londoners seem to be having problems of their own, having found the back of the net just twice in their last 3 Premier League games, and if not for Mesut Ozil's worldie, might have struggled to get over the line once again.
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright told BBC Radio 5Live, "I think Newcastle would be the ideal club for Daniel Sturridge".
"We need to be competitive like today and keep going. We just have to be sure we have the options and see if they are possible because sometimes January is very hard". "We had plenty of chances".
"This group of players is working so hard, so I could not have said to them you do not deserve to do this or that - they are giving everything".
"The difference between teams around the table is not too big".
"I was talking with Lee Charnley, the managing director, and we know more or less what we have".
"We have to make sure we continue working at this level and get chances to win these games".
Fans took to Twitter to name him as Newcastle's man of the match, noting that he is something of a bargain given that Arsenal counterpart Granit Xhaka cost exponentially more just over a year ago.