Aaron Ramsey: Arsenal hungry for more silverware after FA Cup wins

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is confident the Gunners can give a Premier League title bid a "good go" this year

Kieran Beckles
By Kieran Beckles
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey Photo: New Balance

Aaron Ramsey believes Arsenal can use their FA Cup triumphs as a springboard to win more silverware in the coming seasons.

The Gunners successfully defended their FA Cup crown in May after Arsene Wenger’s side were emphatic 4-0 winners against Aston Villa in the final at Wembley.

I’m sure we’ll give it a really good go this year

Aaron Ramsey

Arsenal also made progress in the Premier League thanks to a third-place finish behind champions Chelsea and Manchester City after an impressive run of form in 2015.

And Ramsey warned Arsenal’s title rivals that Wenger’s squad is hungry for more trophies after acquiring a taste for silverware in recent seasons.

“I think the stability of the team has really improved in the last few years and you can see that on the pitch now,” said Ramsey, speaking at a New Balance Football event in central London on Wednesday.

“Obviously we’ve won a few things now and so we’re hungrier to go on and win more things – it’s just a case of trying to keep everyone fit throughout the season and I’m sure we’ll give it a really good go this year.”

The Wales international scored six goals in 29 Premier League appearances for the Gunners last season.

Ramsey’s tally was four short of his career-best total of 10 top-flight goals in the 2013/14 campaign.

And the 24-year-old midfielder admitted that one of his targets for the coming season is to improve his strike-rate.

Ramsey added: “I’d like to get into double figures again in terms of goals.”

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