Gael Clichy admits it is time Arsenal delivered on their potential and secured some major silverware.
The Gunners are widely regarded as one of Europe's most attractive sides to watch, with their free-flowing approach offering plenty of entertainment.
They have, however, failed to land a trophy since 2005 and need to add some substance to their style if they are to be successful.
Plenty of excuses have been offered in the past for the continued failure, but the time for talking is now over.
French full-back Clichy knows the club must give their supporters something to shout about this season or be forced to accept that they are no longer a force to be reckoned with.
"I remember a few years ago saying it was a time for Arsenal to win and still nothing happened," he told the Daily Star Sunday.
"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 now.
"We want to show the fans we believe in ourselves."