The Pole acknowledges how vital it is for the Gunners to end their prolonged wait for silverware, but admits they'll have their work cut out to deny Swansea's inform forward MichuArsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has set his sights on winning the FA Cup this season, as the Gunners look to end their eight-year drought for a trophy.
Arsene Wenger's side will face Swansea at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday evening in a replay of their third round tie, although they have already lost to the Swans at home in the Premier League this season.
Szczesny told the club's official website: “We have already lost against them at the Emirates, but we managed to get a draw [at the Liberty Stadium].
"I hope we can qualify for the next round because we realise the FA Cup could be a massive chance to win a trophy this season.
“We need a trophy for everyone to start believing that this club and this team are good enough to win trophies again.
“To not win anything for seven years is not good enough, any trophy would do but we realise how important the FA Cup is for the fans. We would love to do it.”
In Michu, Swansea have one of the most in-form forwards in the Premier League, and Szczesny knows the Arsenal back four will have to be at their best to deny a player who has already scored past them three times this season.
“He is as good as they get in the Premier League,” the goalkeeper said. “Paying €2.4 million for him must be the bargain of the season, probably one of the best ever in the Premier League.
“I think he has scored 15 or 16 goals and we are only in January, so I have been very impressed with him.
“I am not scared of him, but he has been fantastic. He seems to be getting on the end of everything at the moment.”