It’s simple! Arsenal’s Tomas Rosicky wants to win Premier League title

Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky says he wants to win the Premier League title this season after an eight-year trophy drought

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Arsene Wenger signed Tomas Rosicky from Borussia Dortmund in 2006 Photo: The Sport Review

Tomas Rosicky has set his sights on helping Arsenal win the Premier League trophy after an eight-year drought at Emirates Stadium.

The Czech Republic international is yet to lift any silverware with the north London club after joining the Gunners from Borussia Dortmund in 2006.

The 32-year-old returned to Arsenal’s first-team in December following an injury which he picked up while on international duty at Euro 2012, scoring two goals in 10 appearances.

And Rosicky is determined to get his hands on some silverware – preferably the Premier League trophy.

“It’s very simple, my target is a trophy – I want to win the league,” Rosicky told Arsenal’s website. “This is my eighth year here and that’s what I came here for, so now it’s time to achieve it.

“Obviously it’s a very tough competition, there’s no doubt about that, and there are some great teams in the English league. But I don’t really care what everybody else says, I will do my best to achieve it.

“I will work hard every day in training and in the games to fulfil my dream. I have never felt hungrier in my career for success as I do now.”

Rosicky has scored 22 goals in 182 appearances for Arsenal after joining from Dortmund, with whom the diminutive midfielder won the Bundesliga title in 2002.

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