Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has insisted that he is relishing a testing run of February fixtures which could make or break his side's chances of lifting silverware, the first of which comes at Anfield tomorrow afternoon.
Arsene Wenger's side face Liverpool twice, Manchester United and Bayern Munich in a run of four matches in three competitions over the next 11 days, but Wilshere is not daunted by the prospect of earning results against top sides at home and abroad.
The England international told The Sun: "The next two months are really important and if we come out of those unscathed, we will have a real chance.
“It would mean a lot to win something. Everything, to be honest.
“To win something for the first team would be amazing, not just for us but the fans.
“I grew up watching Thierry Henry winning everything, the Invincibles and all that.
“To get back to winning things would be good."
Wilshere has handed his manager a huge boost after being declared fit to feature against Liverpool, after missing Arsenal's last two Premier League games with an ankle problem.
The Gunners need Wilshere to be fit and firing at a crucial point of the campaign, particularly with Mathieu Flamini sidelined through suspension.
When fit the 22-year-old has been integral for Arsenal this season, finding form in a star-studded midfield which also includes £42.4m man Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey.