Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has revealed that he had to slightly alter his style to fit into the Gunners style of play and revealed that his aim is to win titles with the north London club.
The Chilean international was signed from Barcelona in the summer and immediately impressed everyone with the ease he adapted to the Premier League from La Liga.
Sanchez, single-handedly carried Arsenal forward in the initial months of the Premier League and has gone to score 20 goals and provide 11 assists in his 43 appearances thus far this campaign.
But the former Barcelona star has revealed that he had to change his playing style to suit Arsenal's quick passing method and admitted that the club hierarchy has asked him to let go of the ball sooner and concentrate on his movements without the ball.
The 26-year-old forward, who has instantly become a fan favourite at the Emirates Stadium, believes that Arsene Wenger's team now have the players needed to win the league and Sanchez is keen to win many a trophy with Arsenal.
"I am a happy man who chats to everyone. My aim is to improve in every training session," Sanchez said, as quoted by Goal.
"I love to play with the ball so much that sometimes they ask me to relax and leave the ball a bit!" the Chilean added.
"I want to win titles for Arsenal. We have the right team and the right players to do it. We have everything to collect silverware."
Sanchez has also lauded the positive environment that is present at the club and believes it extends from the players to all the staff, who are always willing to help the players.
"There is a very positive environment. Not only among the players, but I would extend this to the staff. Every club member is always available for us and that's a great thing for us as players," the Chilean international explained.