Santi Cazorla has revealed he has a set goal to win silverware with Arsenal this season, with the playmaker aiming to end the side's trophyless run that has continued for more than seven seasons now.
Cazorla made his move to the Gunners in the summer, and has been the shining light in a side that had otherwise been disappointing at the beginning of the season.
But they are now recovering from a tough start to their campaign, and are in seventh place on the table and just two points off fourth place, as well as competing in the Champions League and Cup competitions.
And Cazorla says that he wants to make sure Arsenal go all the way across the board this season, and right the many wrongs that have happened recently to lift a trophy.
"Arsenal are a great club with an illustrious history, but because of certain circumstances, they've gone a few years without winning anything," he told FourFourTwo. "The objective now is to obtain a piece of silverware so that the fans can enjoy the sensation of winning again."
For Cazorla, settling into life at Arsenal seemed to come very easily, and the Spaniard says that the attitude in the dressing room was a big contributor.
"[The dressing room environment] varies from country to country, but at Arsenal there is a greater respect for the club because of its history," he explained.
"However, the general atmosphere never changes because every member of the team works together and that spirit is important to achieve success.
"I have adjusted well because I love English football, especially the way English people see the game. It's not as tactical but it's much faster and the atmosphere is incredible."
Arsenal face Bradford tonight in the League Cup, and will then take on Reading, Wigan and West Ham over the next three weeks in the league. And Cazorla will no doubt be aiming to make sure the squad take maximum points from the games as they look to use a Christmas period without any big match-ups to their advantage.