Sanchez: I Want to Win Titles For Arsenal!
After having a very successful debut season in England, the Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has spoken of his adaptation to the Premier League and his desire to win trophies with the Gunners. The former Barcelona man has scored 24 goals and provided 10 assists in all competitions this campaign and remains confident of achieving success with the Gunners.
Speaking to Arsenal’s official website, he said: “I am well adapted to the country and the league but of course I must keep on learning. I want to expand my knowledge of English football in general and of the club and my team-mates in particular, but overall I love this league.
“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. 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.”
Despite the Chilean’s recent dip in form, there’s no denying that he’s been our best player by a country mile this season, contributing goals, assists and immense work-rate for the team. It really is encouraging to see him talk of his ambitions with the club and it is very evident to see his dedication towards the club, especially after another season where Arsenal failed to challenge for the title.
But for me, Wenger needs to bring in more world-class players and make a serious push for the title to keep key players such as Sanchez at the club. As Arsenal fans, we’ve all seen instances in the past where important players completely dedicated to the Arsenal cause have left the club, sighting a lack of ambition, which I feel is justifiable to a certain extent.
With that being said, I really hope to see Le Prof bringing in more world-class signings like Alexis Sanchez this summer and giving the fans and the players belief that Arsenal can indeed fight for the big trophies next season.
With big honours, come big players.