The Gunners failed once again to capitalise on the chances as they got as they faced fiercely barking and biting Wolves as they went down 3-1 which came in the first half.
A win for For Arsenal would have seen them record their 69th point one behind Tottenham and two ahead of Chelsea but that was nowhere coming to be seen.
The whole ordeal left Arsenal boss Unai Emery admitting he was the only person to blame for their 3-1 defeat at Wolves.
The Gunners were well beaten at Molineux having been 3-0 down by half-time and saw their Premier League top four hopes dealt a massive blow.
The lat two matches matches for Arsenal and Manchester United were very crucial as both teams battle it out for qualifying for the UEFA Champions League next season but none has seized the moment.
Goalkeeper Bernd Leno came under-fire for his role in two of the Wolves goals as he misjudged a cross from Jonny which Matt Doherty nodded in before allowing Diogo Jota to score.
Yet a frustrated Emery shouldered responsibility for their second straight defeat as he vowed to come up with a solution before they head to Leicester on Sunday.
“I don’t want to speak about individuals. We need to continue together and not look at one player, defensive or attacking,” Emery said.
“We need to think to recover our confidence, our good moment. When we were in the worse moments we can recover to take possibilities as we have now.
“I usually am very critical of myself. I am angry with myself when we didn’t do the game plan I wanted.
“My idea, my style is to look in front and find the solution, not who is the player who is playing worse or not doing what we spoke of before.
“First I think of the solution. That is to think about Sunday and take the possibility to come back with our best performance to take the three points.
“When we win, we win together and when we lose, we lose together. In general I think we have possibilities to be in the top four.
“We lost the chance to have it in our hands but we will continue and take the opportunity on Sunday.”