Arsenal playmaker Andrey Arshavin has told fans to expect more from him on the pitch at the Emirates this season.
The Russian international captain has shown glimpses of his best form since signing in north London in 2009, but is yet to produce the consistent levels of quality that could take the player to the next level in the Barclays Premier League.
However, Arshavin is well aware that the club's loyal supporters expect more, and he's confident he can win over the Gunners' faithful by helping his side climb up the table.
“They should expect more from me, of course. They should expect some more tricks, goals and unbelievable passes," he told Arsenal Player.
“To be honest I am still expecting more from me as well. But believe me, I do everything I can do.
“I just have to give everything I can at the moment, just on the pitch. I want to score more goals and bring my team to the title.”
Arshavin helped his country reach Euro 2012 last night, skippering his nation to a 6-0 win over Andorra in Moscow.
His focus instantly turns back to Arsenal though, with matches against Sunderland, Marseille (Champions League), Stoke, Bolton (Carling Cup) and Chelsea suggesting that October could be a massive month in the Gunners' season.