BURNLEY must enjoy Sunday's trip to the Emirates if they are to upset Arsene Wenger's farewell.

That is the view of Clarets winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson, who is expecting to be fit for the clash with Arsenal despite battling a shoulder injury.

Wenger will take charge of his last home match as Arsenal boss as he prepares to depart in the summer after 22 years in charge.

It's sure to be a memorable and emotional occasion in North London and Gudmundsson is hoping the visitors can enjoy it as well.

"We can go their relaxed, enjoy our football and try to give Arsenal the toughest game possible," the Iceland winger said.

"It’s going to be a nice atmosphere with it being Wenger’s last home game so we just have to go there and enjoy ourselves.

"At the end of the day it’s just a football match and you want to get the three points.

"We know it’s going to be an emotional day for the fans and for Wenger, but we’re going down there to do a job, that’s to get the three points if possible."

Wenger's dreams of a memorable swansong ended in Madrid on Thursday night as Arsenal were knocked out of the Europa League at the semi-final stage, but Gudmundsson believes the Frenchman will be remembered for the transformative effect he had on the Premier League.

"He’s a great manager, you don’t achieve the things he’s done without being a great manager. The last few years it hasn’t happened for them in terms of the league," he said.

"But the things he’s done in the past have been fantastic and the players he’s produced and the players he brought into the country raised the standard of English football."

Gudmundsson is set to take his place in the Burnley side at the Emirates despite taking a knock against Brighton last weekend.

"Everything is alright, I've got a little shoulder injury as well, but it should be alright," the 27-year-old said.

"At this stage of the campaign you get a few niggles and a few tackles come flying in. But it’s the nature of the game. I’m all set to go."

Burnley's trip to the Emirates last season saw two penalties awarded in injury time - one for either side - but the Clarets are yet to be awarded a penalty this season.

Gudmundsson joked that the players have stopped practicing penalties after training.

He added: "It is incredible we haven’t been awarded a penalty, there’s been a few massive penalty shouts that we’ve not got.

"We can’t complain about it, that’s football, sometimes you get them and sometimes you don’t. Hopefully it will change in the last two games."