Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny believes the Gunners are good enough to challenge for trophies at home and abroad, but admits the club has to become more consistent if they are to do so, the
Szczesny said: “I think the quality is there. We all know it – we have the quality to fight for trophies in Europe and this country. It is just consistency that has been a bit of a problem…hopefully we have got the experience to win trophies next year.”
Arsenal are currently third in the Premier League, 18 points adrift of table-topping Manchester United and 15 points behind second-place Manchester City. Arsene Wenger’s side are however in pole position to reach the Champions League and enter the competition directly in the group stages, avoiding a potentially difficult play-off, as they lead Newcastle United by three points and North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur by six.
It is now seven years since Arsenal last won a trophy, the 2005 FA Cup which was sealed with a penalty shootout win over Manchester United. Prior to 2005 the Gunners had won a string of honours under Wenger, including Premier League titles in 1997-98, 2001-02 and 2003-04.
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