Mesut Ozil outlines his Arsenal targets: I’m never satisfied

The Arsenal midfielder wants to win the Champions League and the Premier League

Arsene Wenger signed Mesut Ozil in 2013 Photo: The Sport Review

Mesut Ozil has underlined his desire to win the Champions League and the Premier League with Arsenal.

The Germany international is coming to the end of his fourth seasons at the Emirates Stadium after Ozil became Arsenal’s record signing back in August 2013.

The 28-year-old attacking midfielder has only won two FA Cup titles since his 42.5m switch to the north London club from La Liga giants Real Madrid.

Ozil has failed to sign a contract extension with the Gunners despite having just under 15 months remaining on his current deal.

The Arsenal midfielder hasn’t come close to winning the Champions League after Arsene Wenger’s men crashed out of the last 16 in the past seven seasons.

The Gunners finished in second place in the Premier League table last term but the north London side were 11 points behind champions Leicester City.

Speaking to the Daily Mail about his targets for the future, Ozil said:

“As a player you’re never satisfied. As a player you want more — you want to win the League.

“I’d like to win the Champions League too, because it’s the biggest thing in club football. This club is big, they have potential to achieve a lot and I hope that works better in the future.”

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Ozil won the World Cup with Germany in 2014.

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