New Arsenal head coach Unai Emery is determined to mould his side into serious challengers both domestically and in Europe as quickly as possible.
The Spaniard has the unenviable task of succeeding Arsene Wenger as the man at the helm of the Gunners and Emery is eager to make his mark as soon as he can, with a return to the Champions League one of his top priorities.
He told reporters at his first press conference after being confirmed as the new man in charge of the Londoners: "I believe we can grow with the players we have. The objective is to work hard together and with these talented players.
"Success next season would be developing, but how? By battling for every title – that's in Arsenal's and my history.
"All the titles that will be in the next season and the future – (the aim is) to be a candidate and challenge for all the titles. That is very important for the club after two years outside the Champions League.
"We need to arrive and be with the best clubs in the Premier League and the best clubs in the world."
Under Emery Arsenal are 28/1 to win the Premier League title next season, while they are 2/1 to finish in the top four and 4/11 to finish in fifth place or lower.
Meanwhile, former Valencia, Sevilla and PSG coach Emery also paid tribute to the man he has replaced at the Emirates Stadium, adding: "I want to say thank you Arsene Wenger for your legacy.
"For all the coaches in the world, he is a reference. We learned, I learned from him all the things in football.
"It's a big challenge for me, but I have worked also in other projects, big projects. For me, I am proud to be here and to work after Arsene Wenger."
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