Thierry Henry wants Arsenal to show the same consistency in the league that they have displayed in the FA Cup over the past two seasons.
The Gunners won the FA cup in successive seasons for the second time under Arsene Wenger, with the first coming in 2002 and 2003.
Arsenal went on to win the league unbeaten in their next season and were called the "Invincibles" for their indomitable journey in the league. They went 49 games without a defeat and were finally broken down by Manchester United.
Henry is hoping that the Cup wins can instigate a similar spirit in the team, leading them to end their 11-year title drought. The Frenchman has won two Premier League titles with the Gunners, while also taking them to the finals of the Champions League, where they were narrowly beaten by Barcelona.
Henry was the orchestrator in most of Arsenal's triumphs during their period of glory and the fans will be hoping that the Gunners can sign a similar talisman who can replicate the legend's influence at the club.
"It's a difficult task to win the FA Cup back to back, but they have done that," Henry told Arsenal's official website.
"It was a way more difficult game against Hull than Aston Villa.
"You could see right from the start [against Villa] that Arsenal were going to win the game, and that made it easier for us fans to watch - it was less nerve-racking than the year before.
"So the progress is there, now what we are waiting for is the consistency in the league because that is very important. That is where you can judge a team, in the league.
"Having said that, our generation started by winning the cup and went on to win a Double and stayed unbeaten - that is all I can hope for this group to do," he concluded.