By FOX SPORTS staff
The Gunners are currently joint leaders of the Premier League, with London rivals Tottenham, after winning four of their five outings.
Despite featuring in just two of those games, club record signing Mesut Ozil demonstrated his class by picking up three assists.
Gibbs told Arsenal's official website that he was counting on the German international, alongside fellow Gunners like Santi Cazorla, Olivier Giroud and Aaron Ramsey to fire Arsene Wenger's men to glory this season.
"You look at Mesut, he's going to come in and take us to the next level, You've got players who have played last year [too, like] Santi. We've got a mixture of pace and quality. At the top, Olivier looks like an animal this year so far. I feel like the team is well balanced," Gibbs pointed out.
"[Aaron Ramsey] has a golden boot at the moment. He's always been that kind of player and we knew he had the qualities. It's strange because when you look at his play over the last couple of seasons, he's always been that little bit off from scoring. It's like his luck has changed. He's always had the quality and now he's become a world-class player. We always knew he had it in him. He's showing that this year. He's becoming a vital member of the squad."
However, Arsenal's recent victory over Sunderland cost them Cazorla, who joined the likes of Alex Oxalde-Chamberlain, Lukas Podolski and Theo Walcott on the injury list.
Gibbs warned the Gunners' rivals that they should be considered a force to be reckoned with when his team-mates return to full fitness.
"I'm excited by the quality of the squad. When the players that are out at the moment come back in, it looks positive for us," Gibbs stated.
"I feel the team is getting stronger."
Arsenal travel to the Liberty Stadium to face Swansea in their Premier League fixture this weekend.