Danny Welbeck is desperate to add the FA Cup to the impressive list of titles he won with Manchester United.
The former Red Devil has already won the Premier League trophy at Old Trafford, but wants to continue his winning streak with Arsenal as they take on Middlesbrough in the fifth round of the FA Cup at the Emirates on Sunday.
The Gunners come into the tournament as holders, having beaten Hull City in the finals last year which ended their nine-year long major trophy drought. The Gunners went on to capture the Community Shield, beating Manchester City 3-0 at Wembley, but have failed to translate their early form to results on the pitch and are currently 14 points behind Chelsea in the league table.
"It's a special trophy to win and I've not had the joy of winning it. It's something that I really want to do. It's great to have that on your CV and you just want to keep on winning because once you get into the habit, it's good to keep going,"Welbeck told Arsenal's website.
"It's always meant a lot. Growing up as a kid we always knew the FA Cup was such a historic competition and it's up to us to keep that going. I'm sure it will and it will live on forever," he added.
Welbeck, who was out for a month due to a thigh injury he picked up during the Christmas period, is raring to prove himself amid massive competition for his spot, from the likes of Theo Walcott, Alexis Sanchez and Chuba Akpom.
The striker marked his arrival back into the scene at White Hart Lane, where he orchestrated Arsenal's opener by skinning Danny Rose in a race before manoeuvring the ball to Mesut Ozil, who did the rest.
However, they failed to hold on as Tottenham came back in the second half to score two goals through Harry Kane, handing Arsenal their sixth loss of the campaign.