Cazorla has laid down his requirements in order to stay.
Despite having only recently signed a new contract with Arsenal, Santi Cazorla has admitted he may need to leave the club in order to win trophies.
Ahead of the FA Cup semi-final clash with Wigan Athletic on Saturday the Spain international has revealed the Gunners do not have the same winning mentality of Manchester City or even Manchester United.
“We haven’t got a winning mentality and we have to believe in ourselves (more),” the 29-year-old was quoted by the Telegraph.
“I want titles and that is why I came to Arsenal.
“Every football player wants to win titles. We’ve gone many years without winning one.
“And if not, what I’ll look for in my next destination is to have the chance to win.”
After losing to Everton on Sunday in the Premier League the north Londoners are now out of the title race and could even miss out on Champions League qualification.
It means the FA Cup is the club’s only chance of ending their nine-year trophy drought and therefore convincing players like Cazorla to stay at the Emirates Stadium.
The attacking midfielder made the move to England in the summer of 2012, completing a £12m transfer from La Liga side Malaga.
Since then Cazorla has played 89 matches in all competitions, scoring 18 goals and providing 19 assists and becoming a key part of the starting XI.
The Spaniard signed a new contract earlier in 2014 that will keep the playmaker at the club until he is 31-years-old.
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