Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his side could have score more against Basel in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
The Gunners impressed as they battled past Urs Fischer's side to keep their place at the top of Group A of the competition.
They face PFC Ludogorets Razgrad at home next hoping to reach the next round as group winners.
"I would like to congratulate my team for the quality of what they produced tonight," Wenger said.
"My only regret is that we didn't take enough of the chances that we created. It's a good basis to have a taste for more.
"We eased off a bit in the second half and we couldn't score the third goal. We still had plenty of chances but it's tough to maintain that pace, accuracy in the passing and speed in the game over 90 minutes. The first half was top, top quality like what we produced against Chelsea.
"The confidence comes with the last result. We were a bit edgy at home for a few games but now it looks like we are playing with full pace and power.
"Now it's down to us to continue to improve. I think we can do better and that will be down to our humility. We'll start again tomorrow morning and then focus on our next game.
"It's way too early. Much too early [to say if we could win the Champions League].
"It looks like the team has interesting potential. We have to be ambitious and, as you know, keep our feet on the ground to continue to develop.
"We know exactly how we want to play football and we have to continue to stick to that and get better at it. That demands big focus and some leadership inside the squad. It also requires humility."