Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is hoping to push The Gunners into their first piece of silverware since 2005 this season, reports The Daily Mail.
The Welshman has been in exceptional form, having scored six goals and assisted four for the north London side so far in this league campaign.
But the main target for the 22-year-old is to collect a piece of silverware as he believes his teammates are hungry for success.
Speaking to reporters, Ramsey states: "We are always hungry to win things, and games. It is no different to last season."
Arsenal sit top of the Premier League, four points clear of both Liverpool and Chelsea, and Arsene Wenger's side recently bounced back from their defeat to Manchester United to beat Southampton at home 2-0; Oliver Giroud grabbing a brace.
The Gunners sit top of their group in the Champions League, drawing on points with Napoli. The North London side host Marseille tonight, who are sitting bottom of Group F, and Arsenal will want to qualify after beating Borussia Dortmund away from home.
Wenger has key games coming up against Cardiff, Hull and Everton, before they play their final group game against Napoli in December, and he needs players like Ramsey and Giroud to be on form.
But Ramsey has grown massively this season, having been the pantomime villain in the last campaign, a hated player on social media, but now the Wales captain believes he will improve for the future.
He continued by saying: "I am keen to improve on things, and I enjoy the way I am playing and the way the team is playing at the moment. I believe I am confident, and the team team is confident as well, so it works out."