Arsenal defender Gael Clichy believes that it must be the Gunners' time for Premier League glory next season.
The 24-year-old left-back has been with the North London club since 2003 but his last trophy came in 2005 when Arsenal won the FA Cup.
Arsene Wenger's men came close to winning the Premier League last term, although they were still 11 points off champions Chelsea in the final standings.
Now Frenchman Clichy has called on his team to right the wrongs of recent years and end the drought of titles.
"I remember a few years ago saying it was a time for Arsenal to win and still nothing happened," he said.
"I really hope this year can be a good one and now we cannot hide behind anything - the age or the experience. We have everything to do it - so let's do it.
"It is always at the end of season that we are not that far (behind) and Arsenal had a good season but we didn't win anything.
"We have to ask ourselves the right questions, do we want to be a good team or to win trophies? To win trophies we have to be the best and that is what we are trying to do from now on.
"We want to show the fans that we believe in ourselves."
Clichy was part of the France squad that had a disastrous World Cup this summer, when Les Bleus boycotted training and exited at the group stage.
He was alongside Abou Diaby and Bacary Sagna in South Africa and Diaby says the French contingent must put the woeful campaign out of their minds.
He told Arsenal TV: "We really need to get ready for the season and start strongly. At some point we try to forget what happened at the World Cup.
"People expected more from us. Now they want us to show what we can do so it is a really important season."