The 28-year-old has enjoyed a successful first campaign in England following his summer move from Malaga.
Cazorla has chalked up 11 goals for the Gunners, including a hat-trick in the 5-2 league win at Reading before Christmas.
The creative midfielder hopes that tally will be extended as Arsenal look to close back in on the top four and Champions League qualification once again.
"It's an aspect of my game I've always tried to improve," said Cazorla on the club's official website.
"Last season at Malaga I hit nine and my target was to go beyond that.
"I think a figure of 11 goals this season is good for a midfielder, but I think I can score more and improve in that facet of the game.
"Everything influences it (the improvement in front of goal). You have to try and improve as an individual and, ultimately, if you're better, the team makes you better too.
"It all works in tandem and you need the two to come together, the individual and the collective."
Most of Arsenal's first-team squad, including England's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott, are now away on international duty.
Midfielder Jack Wilshere, however, will continue his rehabilitation with the club after spending some time in Dubai to aid recovery from a slight ankle problem which Arsenal hope will clear up in time for the resumption of Premier League action against Reading on March 30.
Cazorla has joined up with Spain for their games against Finland and France.