Arsenal winger Theo Walcott wants revenge against Manchester United in the UEFA Champions League.
The Gunners were soundly beaten 4-1 on aggregate by Sir Alex Ferguson's side in last season's semi-finals and were dismantled at Emirates Stadium in the second leg.
Walcott has bad memories of the tie and is eager to set the record straight as Arsenal and United prepare for this campaign's quarter-final draw after handsome wins over Porto and AC Milan, respectively.
"We've had disappointments in this competition over the last couple of years, Manchester United in the semis last year," Walcott said in the Sunday Mirror.
"We need to build on results. Hopefully, if it comes to it we'll learn from our mistakes and try to go one step further.
"We were very disappointed in the games we played [against United]. We want to do something for the fans."
He added: "If we get an English team, it will be like a Premier League battle. We want to go that one step further."
Abou Diaby is also in a bullish mood, with the midfielder saying in the Mail on Sunday: "We play for ourselves, the club and the fans; we are footballers and we want to win titles."
Meanwhile, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has described how Aaron Ramsey is already struggling to cope with boredom at the start of his long road to recovery from a broken leg.
"I spoke to Aaron before we played Porto on Tuesday, but when you go from flying on the pitch to lying on a bed, you can only be bored," said Wenger.
"He is confident that he will come back. He is determined, but at the moment it is a problem of patience, and when you are 19 patience is not your first quality."