As Arsenal completed the signing of Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid, it gave the Gunners faithful a new sense of optimism.
In the signing of just one player, the atmosphere around the Emirates has changed. And, if that's what one star signing can do for the club, imagine what another one would do.
Reports today have suggested that Arsene Wenger will once again swoop for controversial Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez in January. And, while targeting the Liverpool ace in January may be slightly unrealistic, Wenger should reignite his interest in the star next summer.
However, in order to do this, Arsenal must make sure they once again claim a top four place and Liverpool miss out on a place in Europe's elite.
The Reds were determined to keep hold of their prize asset this summer, however if Brendan Rodgers' side once again miss out on a place in Europe's elite competition this season, then there will be no holding the Uruguayan back.
Suarez was certainly tempted by a move to the north London outfit this summer, and now the Gunners have shown great ambition with the signing of Ozil, the striker will be further tempted to play his football in the red of Arsenal next year.
With an attacking force of Suarez, Ozil, Wilshere, Walcott and Cazorla, there's no question that Wenger will have his best team since 'The Invincibles.'
Of course there would be one issue for Wenger if he does go on to complete the signing of Suarez.
And that problem is the Uruguayan's controversial nature. He may make headlines for many wonderful things, but he's certainly no stranger to making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Suarez is a risk. But, for Wenger, he is a risk worth taking.
Arsenal are desperate to challenge for the Premier League title once again, and with Suarez on ship next season, the Gunners could become a great force under Wenger once more.
Signing Ozil is the start of the process, now Arsenal must not rest on their laurels.
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