Arsenal summer marquee signing Alexis Sanchez says he is delighted with his debut season in the Premier League but believes the best is yet to come.
With the right winning mentality, he says, the Gunners have everything else they need now to beat their rivals to silverware.
And even though some think the 26-year-old could struggled to adapt to the Premier League pace, he has managed to justify his price tag with 24 goals and 11 assists in 49 games, helping his side reach the FA Cup final along the way and secure a top four finish in the Premier League.
Sanchez has impressed both for his talent but especially for his hard-working attitude and his eager to improve.
Speaking to the Arsenal official website about his first season at North London he claims that both himself and the Gunners squad still have room for improvement ahead of next season.
"My aim is to improve in every training session. I love to play with the ball so much that sometimes they ask me to relax a bit! 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 said.
"When I arrived at the club I didn't know the players that well, but I was really surprised by everyone's quality. I'm not saying this just because it's my obligation to do it as a club player. Every Arsenal footballer has an amazing quality. Being part of a team like this makes me very proud and I am willing us to win many titles here."
The Chile forward points out that games like the FA Cup "memorable" victory at Manchester United or the Premier League win over Manchester City proved Arsenal have what it takes to beat any rival and fight for every title.
"The win at Old Trafford wasn't the first time this season that the team displayed that competitive and hardworking side to their game either... That's true. We also played like that away at Manchester City. We showed a great winning mentality that day. If we add that to the very talented squad we have we will be able to beat anyone," he said.
Sanchez claims that the adaptation to the London life has not been as easy as it looks but he is comfortable at the club and hoping to finish the campaign with the FA Cup crown.
"It hasn't been really easy but so far my spell here has been a very positive one. I like the city a lot and I feel really comfortable at the club. The supporters here are very cheerful and enlivening, which is a very nice thing, and my team-mates are really kind too. My goal now is to take Arsenal as high as possible."