Thierry Henry's four goals demolished Leeds 5-0 on Friday, leaving the Gunners unbeaten in the league and needing a maximum of two victories to clinch the Premier League title.
The victory at Highbury kept Arsenal unbeaten in 33 league games and leading second-place Chelsea by 10 points and Manchester United by 13. Arsenal has matches remaining at north London rival Tottenham on April 25 followed by Birmingham at home, Fulham away, Leicester at home and Portsmouth away.
Leeds has only four games left and is facing relegation. Wolves are in last place in England with 25 points topped by Leicester (28) and Leeds (32). Three other teams have 34, just clear of being demoted: Portsmouth, Blackburn and Man City.
The four goals gave Henry 150 in his Arsenal career.
Henry was modest about his goals.
"The boys played some great balls for me. I still have to put them in but it's always a pleasure to play with quality players alongside you."
Henry also suggested the team has regrouped since being knocked out of the FA Cup and the Champions League earlier this month.
"What can I put that performance down to? Commitment and desire," Henry said. "If you have quality and ability it doesn't matter unless you have desire and commitment and go out and express yourself."
Henry swung into action after French teammate Robert Pires gave Arsenal a 1-0 lead in the sixth minute, scoring from 18m coming down the left side.