Aaron Ramsey is in a buoyant mood having secured Wales' qualification into the group stages of the European Championships in 2016 and is confident that he can make the season even more special by winning the Premier League with Arsenal. The Gunners have not won the title in over a decade but currently find themselves in second spot following a thumping victory over Manchester United before the international break.
Ramsey scored his first goal of the season for club and country in a 2-0 win over Andorra in the qualifiers, taking his tally of goals for Wales to double figures. However, the former Cardiff man believes that breaking his duck could have a more significant impact on his performances for Arsenal, now that he doesn't have to worry about his drought, which kept playing on his mind.
"I have been wanting to reach that mark for a few games and to finally achieve that, to get into double figures, is a great personal achievement but hopefully there are more to come," Ramsey said, as quoted by the Guardian. "I've been wanting it now for a few games for Arsenal as well. I have struggled a bit at the beginning of the season with goals, it has been pretty frustrating on that front, but hopefully now that will settle me down and I can carry on throughout the season."
Ramsey also touched on Arsenal's start against United, when in a 20-minute period they came out all guns blazing and scored three goals, mitigating any chance United had of taking a foothold in the contest. The Welshman is hoping that they can continue playing with such verve against other teams, which would go a long way in addressing their title challenge.
"We owed them from a few years ago and the way we started the game was fantastic, and hopefully we can continue that now and carry on to beat the bigger teams and carry on our form against the other teams," he added.
Arsenal take on Bayern Munich in a must win game at the Allianz Arena next week, having failed to beat lesser opponents in their first two games in the form of Dinamo Zagreb and Olympiacos. Ramsey believes for Arsenal to have any chance of getting a result, they have to "take the game to them" in Germany.