Aaron Ramsey is determined to make a big impact at Arsenal next year and help the club end their trophy drought.
The Welsh midfielder started to feature regularly for the Gunners towards the end of this term, having spent time on loan with Nottingham Forest and Cardiff earlier in the campaign.
But his main focus this season was just getting back on the pitch after suffering a sickening double leg break at Stoke in February 2010.
The 20-year-old is now looking forward to playing an even more influential role at Emirates Stadium next season, when he is confident Arsenal will claim their first piece of silverware since 2005.
"Obviously we haven't won anything for a long time so hopefully we can do that next season," Ramsey told Sky Sports News.
"And obviously it's a big season for me as well being my first full season since my injury, so hopefully I can have a good season as well."
Ramsey may face fresh competition for a place in the side next term, however, as he expects Arsene Wenger to be active in the transfer market.
"Maybe, yeah. I think there has been a few names mentioned so far so I am sure there will be a few players in and a few players out," he said.
Asked about the pressure to win things at Arsenal, Ramsey added: "The pressure is even more and the fans have been quite vocal lately, so I am sure there will be a change like any other season."
Ramsey, currently preparing for Wales' Carling Nations Cup match against Northern Ireland on Friday, maintains that there are no problems in the Arsenal camp.
"The spirit in the dressing room is the same as it has always been," he stressed. "Everyone is getting on with each other so there is nothing wrong with the team spirit."