Theo Walcott is out to make the FA Cup his first winners' medal at Arsenal - declaring the Gunners should fear no-one after their thrilling comeback against Aston Villa.
Arsene Wenger's side were 2-0 down at Emirates Stadium on Sunday heading into half-time. However, a rousing second-half performance turned the tie around as Arsenal secured a place in the last 16 next month against either Sunderland or Middlesbrough.
Walcott - signed from Southampton in 2006 - is one of a string of senior players yet to lift silverware with the Gunners. However, the 22-year-old is out to put that record straight this season, and said: "I would like to look back on my career at the trophies I have won. There are none yet. This is a competition that we can win."
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