Walcott: Arsenal must start winning silverware soon

The 24-year-old attacker was delighted to help his side clinch a top-four spot this season, but knows the side must end an eight-year spell without lifting a trophy
Arsenal forward Theo Walcott is delighted the club managed to clinch Champions League qualification, must insists they must start lifting silverware soon.

The north London outfit pipped their local rivals Tottenham to fourth spot on the final day of the season after dropping just four points in their final 10 games, keeping up Arsene Wenger's tradition qualifying for Europe's elite competition in each of his full 16 season in charge.

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However, it is now eight years since the Arsenal last won a trophy - the 2005 FA Cup final - and Walcott is keen to end the barren run as soon as possible.

"Our next step is to win something, that’s our goal and that’s got to happen," talkSPORT. "[Finishing fourth] was testament to the spirit at Arsenal. There is a lot of belief.

"The players believe in each other. We didn’t really take too much interest in the outside and knew the job that we had to do. We didn’t want to let the fans down.

"It just shows what a fantastic job [Wenger has] done. Hopefully he’ll be here for many, many years to come."