Arsenal winger-forward Gervinho is confident of ending the club’s silverware drought claiming there is a genuine sense of “belief” among the players about the season ahead.
Despite starting the season with a drab scoreless draw at the home turf against Sunderland, the Ivorian has insisted the squad is shaping up nicely.
The 25-year-old is buoyed by the new arrivals at the club and feels the squad now possess lot of good attacking options that can really make the difference this season.
Speaking to Arsenal Player he said “There’s great belief that we can contend for trophies,”
“This is important, not only for the players, but also for the Club in general.
“There is real hope that we can bring trophies to Arsenal. Every player is conscious of this and we’re going to do all we can to achieve it this season.
“We’ve had a few changes at the Club and there’s a good spirit among the group – we’re all enjoying playing together. Everyone is happy and it goes without saying that the group is up for having a good season.”
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