Eduardo da Silva has revealed his relief at scoring his first competitive goal for Arsenal.
The Gunners secured a comfortable 3-0 victory at Emirates Stadium on Wednesday and secured their place in Thursday's draw for the UEFA Champions League group stages.
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Eduardo netted Arsenal's third goal in the 89th minute to secure the 5-0 aggregate win.
The Brazilian-born Croatian forward found the back of the net in pre-season, but he has now admitted his delight at his first significant Arsenal goal.
"I'm very happy and very relieved but my hope now is not to stop here and keep on getting goals," said Eduardo.
"I have not set any targets because I am still settling into the team and all I am aiming to do is to help Arsenal have success in the Champions League and the Premier League."
Eduardo has also admitted that he believes it would be 'impossible' for him to live up to the reputation of former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry.
"I know it is impossible for me to think about taking the place of Thierry Henry," Eduardo added.
"It would be impossible even for one of the best strikers in the world to match what he has achieved.
"But I think I made a big mark in Croatia and I intend to leave my mark here at Arsenal as well.
"The manager and all the coaches are just telling me to relax and play my natural game. I don't know what the team can achieve but nothing is impossible."