Hull 1 Arsenal 3: We can win the title next season, declares Cazorla

Santi Cazorla says Arsenal have their sights firmly set on winning the Premier League title next season

Santi Cazorla says that Arsenal have their sights firmly set on winning the Premier League title next season after they continued their fine run of form with a 3-1 victory over Hull City on Monday night.

Alexis Sanchez opened the scoring at the KC Stadium with a deflected free-kick in the 28th minute, before Aaron Ramsey netted a second just five minutes later.

Sanchez then rounded goalkeeper Steve Harper to slot home and make it 3-0 on the stroke of half-time.

Stephen Quinn’s header gave Hull hope after the break, but the Gunners held on to move to within three points of second-placed Manchester City.

Arsenal will be aiming to carry their recent fine form into next season – and Cazorla is confident that Arsene Wenger’s men can challenge for the title.

Speaking to Sky Sports after Monday night’s win, Cazorla said: “Of course we want to win the title next year.

“We want to come second but the most important thing is to finish in the Champions League [places] and win the FA Cup final. Then we have to prepare well for next season.”

Arsenal take on Swansea in their next Premier League game on Monday.

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