The Pole insists he cannot imagine plying his trade anywhere else than the Emirates Stadium in a few years' time, and is determined to end the Gunners' trophy droughtWojciech Szczesny has vowed not to leave Arsenal until the club starts winning trophies again.
Seven years have now passed since the Gunners last tasted silverware – a penalty shootout victory over Manchester United in the 2005 FA Cup final at the Millennium Stadium.
And Szczesny, who has been one of the north Londoners' outstanding performers this season, is determined to stay and bring back the glory days to the club.
"I can't imagine myself in the next few years' time playing anywhere other than here,” he said. “In fact, I won't move until we win something.
"Recently, one of the journalists asked me whether I have bigger ambitions than playing for the third place in the Premier League with Arsenal. God, sure I have! I look at the table and realize that is our maximum this year.
The keeper is hopeful that the club's long period without a trophy will come to an end soon.
"It is seven years since Arsenal won something and it won't change this season. But the next one? Who knows? I stand in front of a mirror and say to myself: 'Damn, I'm interested in winning trophies only with Arsenal.' I want to be part of the team that show fans the bad times are over. I won't leave until we achieve this."
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