Alexis Sánchez is convinced that Arsenal can win anything following his big-money move from Barcelona in the summer. The Arsenal striker has netted four goals and recorded two assists in ten matches for the Gunners.
Alexis was involved in the London derby defeat at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, taking the North London club to eighth in the Premier League table and the 25-year-old believes they will close the gap on table-toppers Chelsea.
The Chilean forward told Arsenal website: "I want to win everything.
"Looking at the coaches and players we have, with a winning attitude and ambition, we can win absolutely anything.
"Compared to the other leagues I've played in, I think this is the hardest and I like it a lot, I really do.
"Before I signed, people had told me about how Arsenal were a big club with lots of quality players. Now I'm here, I look at all the players during training and realise just what fantastic quality they all have."
The Arsenal forward also commented on his playing position saying he doesn't mind where he plays as long as he is on the pitch.
He said: "I can run and cut inside on my left foot [on the left] but any position is good for me as long as I'm playing football because I hate being on the bench. If you take me off it's like you're taking the ball off me."