Mesut Özil has already set a target of winning the Premier League with Arsenal.
The German midfielder completed a £42.5 million deadline day move from Real Madrid and after signing a five-year contract at the Emirates, has set his sights on the league title.
The Premier League title has eluded the Gunners since 2004, when they went the whole season unbeaten while their last piece of silverware was only a year later in the FA Cup against Manchester United.
Özil has already targeted winning the Premier League in his first season at Arsenal. The Gunners had a disastrous opening day, falling 3-1 to Aston Villa but have picked themselves up picking up four consecutive victories since then. They currently sit three points behind leaders Liverpool with and away trip to struggling Sunderland next.
“I look forward to my future with Arsenal. In talking with Arsene Wenger, I immediately sensed what had been missing, the wholehearted trust in me. I will pay back the club and fans in each game. Now I want to help the club finally win a title.”
The German put a positive gloss on a somewhat frustrating summer for Arsenal with the club missing out on deals for Luiz Gustavo, Gonzalo Higuain and Luis Gustavo.