The Gunners midfielder believes that the club's FA Cup triumph over Hull City has helped relieve the pressure and is adamant that they can push on and win more silverwareArsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey insists that the Gunners will be giving their all to win "a few" trophies in the 2014-15 campaign.
Arsene Wenger's side claimed their first piece of silverware in eight years by winning the FA Cup back in May, with the Wales international scoring the clinching goal in a dramatic 3-2 extra-time triumph over Hull City.
And, with Mathieu Debuchy and Alexis Sanchez having arrived at the Emirates Stadium, Ramsey is convinced that the north Londoners can compete for multiple trophies in the new season.
"I think we have a great opportunity," he told the club's official website.
"Hopefully all the people that have played at the World Cup come back strong and fit and we can hit the ground running when the season starts.
"The feeling we got after winning the FA Cup was something special and I'm sure that everybody wants the same thing again this season. We'll be giving it everything to win a few things this year.
"The media were always saying things like 'Arsenal haven't won a trophy for this many years'. The number kept getting higher so it was important to win something to take that burden away. It takes the pressure off us.
"I think the team has come on a long way in the last couple of seasons. We've grown a lot - there's a great team spirit here, everybody wants to work for each other so we'll give it a good go."