Cazorla sees bright future

Arsenal playmaker Santi Cazorla is confident the Gunners have the ability to compete for trophies in the new season.

Last Updated: 22/06/13 at 17:31 Post Comment

Santi Cazorla: Arsenal's Spanish star is confident about the new season

Santi Cazorla: Arsenal's Spanish star is confident about the new season

The Emirates Stadium club have infamously failed to win a piece of silverware since the 2005 FA Cup.

But Cazorla thinks a run of eight wins in their final 10 Premier League games last season bodes well for the coming campaign.

He is quoted as saying: "When the team does not win and we do not get the results we want, the collective confidence does drop a little and that is natural.

"Now we have put in a spectacular run-in and you can see the difference in mentality.

"We have great players. I am sure we will be a better team and improve.

"This season we hope we can be even better and win trophies and the supporters can enjoy it. That is what Arsenal really wants."

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