Rosicky joined the Gunners from Borussia Dortmund in 2006, but has so far failed to land any major trophies during his time in north London.
The 32-year-old, who has just 12 months left on his current contract, is desperate to put that right next term, with the league title a number one priority.
According to Arsenal official Website, he said :
It’s very simple, my target is a trophy – I want to win the league,” Rosicky said. “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 fulfill my dream. I have never felt hungrier in my career for success as I do now.
Tomas Rosicky will be 33 next season and has made over 125 appearances, scoring 15 goals in just over seven years. His time at Arsenal has been dogged by injuries, and at one stage he missed almost two years of competitive action.Over the past two seasons he has emerged as an important figure in the squad, particularly in the latter stages of Premier League campaigns.
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His passing remains crisp and accurate, but his sheer work rate is perhaps now the defining aspect of his game. Every time he plays, Rosicky looks determined to make up for lost time, he charges around the pitch with all the enthusiasm of a man 10 years his junior.
Tomas Rosicky is a very undervalued footballer and his importance to the club often goes unnoticed. He has been vital to our two last end of season run-ins and in fact I would go as far as saying it was some of his performances that made us grasp all 3 points and so ultimately result in finishing not only in the Champion’s League places but also above our greatest rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Rosicky has one remaining year on his contract. His aim for 2013-14 will surely be to be an instrumental figure across the entire season, rather than just for the final few months. There is no doubting what he offers the team when he is available. Rosicky arrived at Arsenal with a reputation as a creative player. The reality is that he has added far more to his game, he is now a complete midfielder.
Rosicky earlier revealed that Wenger wants him to stay so may be Arsenal will give him a one year extension and hopefully he will help Arsenal in putting up a title challenge.
What do you say Gunners?