Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has revealed that he is not impressed by the Gunners' season and that he wanted to at least win the Premier League title or progress farther in the Champions League.

The Gunners finished the season in third spot, 12 points behind winners Chelsea and were dumped out of the round of 16 stage of the Champions League by Monaco, in what was an inept performance by the team in Red and White.

Arsenal lost the home leg 3-1 but put in a valiant performance in the reverse fixture, winning the reverse leg 2-0, but crashing out on away goals.

Meanwhile, Sanchez's former team Barcelona won the treble this season, beating Juventus in the final to win the European Cup, something the Chilean could have been a part of had he stayed in Spain this season.

However, the Chilean had to contend with winning the FA Cup, which the Gunners achieved for the second year in succession and will be looking to challenge for the league in the upcoming season.

Sanchez is currently in Chile travelling with the national team for the Copa America, which commences on 11 June.

"It was an OK season, but it was bittersweet," said Sánchez as quoted by The Guardian.

"I would have liked to have been in the Champions League final, to have won the Premier League title. I believe we have a bunch of skilful players so to not achieve more is disappointing."

It was a breakthrough season for the South American on an individual standpoint, scoring 25 goals and single-handedly carrying the team at times this season, in only his first season in the league.

Arsene Wenger will be hoping that he can replicate his brilliance next season and the club can keep their players fit from the start so that they can portray the form they showed in the second half of the season.