The Gunners are currently top of the Premier League table after an impressive start to the season which has seen them seal five wins from their opening seven games.
The 27 year old believes he and his team-mates can take home multiple pieces of silverware if they can maintain their current form.
Speaking to the Arsenal official website, he said:
I would not say just one [trophy], I would say a few. Of course that is very tough to achieve.
The Premier League is very difficult, the Champions League, these are major trophies but we are on a good run.
We are top of the table, it is still early doors, but we will take every game as it comes and at the end hopefully we’ll win a title.
Monreal has also revealed that joining Arsenal was the best moment of his career and the star has insisted that the atmosphere around the Emirates is fantastic. He added:
When I was offered the chance to come here, I was in the best moment of my career.
I had a lot of confidence, I had [manager Manuel] Pellegrini’s trust, I felt that I played a key role at Malaga and with the national side, and I think I came here at the right time.
The players’ confidence [is different this season]. You can tell that they are very enthusiastic, very happy, the results are going our way and logically that makes everything easier.
We have a happy group and that is very important to playing football well.
The Gunners have made a good start to the season and now seem to be more solid as a team with flair in midfield and a real cutting edge up front. The signing of Mesut Ozil has catapulted the Gunners to seriously challenge for silverware this season.
It’s not only Ozil but Ramsey has also looked a completely different player this season. The Welshman’s performances so far have been nothing short of world-class which the Gunners are clearly benefiting from. The likes of Giroud and Flamini have also been crucial to the team’s fortunes this season.
I think it’s too early to talk about Arsenal winning any trophies but the kind of start we have had to the season it does produce hope and if we can maintain this momentum until January and make some quality signings then I don’t think the end of our trophy drought is far.
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