Arsenal are targeting a third successive victory when they host Burnley with a three-point haul potentially lifting them into the top four.
A nine-point gap has opened up on Premier League leaders Chelsea and while Wenger refuses to concede the title race, he knows it will take a sustained assault to make up the ground on Jose Mourinho’s team.
"I don’t write us off, let other people do that, but Chelsea are in a strong position at the moment," Wenger said.
"I believe it would not be realistic to just think now that we’ll catch Chelsea very quickly.
"We have to get consistent results to have a chance of coming back.
"I’m more focused on the quality of our games and on the consistency of our results before we think about coming back on Chelsea."
Burnley have yet to win in nine Premier League starts this season and Wenger is ready for them to adopt defensive tactics at the Emirates Stadium.
"It’s absolutely normal that other teams try to stop us from playing our game. I can understand that completely," Wenger said.
"We want to be good enough to get around that and not allow other teams to stop us playing.
"We are good enough, but we know the quality of our passing and our decisions must be better."