Ryo Miyaichi is planning on becoming one of Arsenal's best players in his time with the club, as the youngster returns to the Emirates after undergoing a loan spell at Bolton.
Miyaichi made the move to the Gunners from Japan in January 2011, but was immediately sent to Feyenoord on loan for the remainder of the season.
And after returning to Arsenal for half a season, and leaving again to build up more game time at Bolton, Miyaichi believes that he can be the best for the north London club in the future.
"I want to become their best player and be the sort of player who can carry them in games," he said, according to Arseblog.com.
Arsenal are well known for developing youth players and creating a team over time rather than buying in talent for immediate success.
And Wenger clearly saw something special in Miyaichi, who was playing for his high school team in Japan when Arsenal scouted him 15 months ago.
And that promise was apparent in the 19 year old's performances for Bolton this season, even though they were eventually relegated on the last day of the season.
"I wanted to be on the pitch and help Bolton survive the drop so it was really disappointing," he explained. "Now I have to get ready for the Olympics and World Cup qualifiers if I'm selected."
He continued: "It has been my dream to stand on the pitch representing Japan since I was small.
"My biggest weapon is speed and when I get the chance I'll show exactly what I have."
Should Miyaichi stay with Arsenal next season, the youngster will get a great deal of important experience in both the Premier League and the Champions League, and if he's going to be given a chance anywhere, it will be handed to him by Arsene Wenger.