Arsenals record signing Mesut Ozil expects to win trophies at his new club.
After a trophy cabinet that has remained empty since the Gunners FA Cup win in 2005 the German international is confident the club will this season end their eight-year wait to win a major trophy.
Reported by BBC Sport the playmaker said: "In the last few years, Arsenal haven't been so successful but we want to become more successful."
At Real Madrid, Ozil was a key member in the squad that won the 2011/12 La Liga title.
The 24-year-old expressed his admiration for Arsenal's manager Arsene Wenger added: "The coach is a world-class manager - he's demonstrated that for years.
"A lot of players have developed under his guidance in the past and that's why I decided to join Arsenal.
"I want to improve myself further and I'm looking forward to the style of play. Arsenal are well known for the strength of their technical game and their desire to play attacking football. I think I will fit perfectly into that."
Ozil joined Arsenal on deadline day for a staggering £42million - ending a summer transfer drought for the north London side.
The Arsenal midfielder will be hoping the north London side will be contenders in all competitions this season.
Ozil's previous honours: Spanish Super Cup (2012), La Liga (2011-12), Copa del Rey (2011), DFB Cup (2009), DFL Supercup (2009)
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