Rosicky believes that he can achieve success at the Emirates.
Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky says he only signed a new contract with the club because he believes that they will win trophies.
At the end of this season it will be nine years since the Gunners last picked up a piece of silverware, but Rosicky thinks that record is about to change.
“I always believed in Arsenal and still do. I knew this club was the right place for me and I want to be here for as long as I can,” the 33-year-old was quoted by the Sun.
“I won three titles with Sparta Prague, the Bundesliga at Dortmund and believe I can do it here – I wouldn’t stay here if I didn’t. The idea of winning the league drives me forward.”
The club are looking strong in the Premier League this term and remain just a point behind leaders Chelsea after a 4-1 triumph against Sunderland on Saturday – a game in which Rosicky scored.
They are also still competing in both the FA Cup (with a quarter-final fixture with Everton) and the Champions League (where they need to overturn a 0-2 deficit to holders Bayern Munich in their last-16 clash).
It’s the best the north Londoners have performed for a number of years in the English top tier and therefore it doesn’t seem overly optimistic of Rosicky to predict domestic success.
The Czech Republic international’s contract expires in the summer, but it’s expected that the attacking midfielder will be given a new deal.
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