Aaron Ramsey insists that Arsenal are 'hungrier than ever' to claim a Champions League place.
After almost four months out injured Ramsey returned to the Arsenal side last weekend to inspire their win over Hull City - who they will face in the FA Cup final next month.
Arsenal are now favourites to seal a top-four finish ahead of Everton and Ramsey insists the players are desperate to return to the Champions League.
"We are hungrier than ever to get this, the Champions League, to get into that again - this is where we want to be," the Wales international told Sky Sports' Weekend Warm-up.
"That is where the players want to play and test themselves and that is no different this season, to finish the job off and get back in for next season."
Despite missing a huge chunk of the season, Ramsey is still in the running for Young Player of the Year after a wonderful campaign which has seen him score nine and create eight goals from his 18 starts.
"I have been really satisfied, one of the main things from the season before was to be a lot more composed in front of goal and I think I have managed to do that and put a lot more chances into the back of the net," he continued.
"It is nice to hear other people have noticed, I voted for [Daniel] Sturridge for young player or [Eden] Hazard? One of those two. The main award I voted for Suarez, he has been unbelievable this season."
Ramsey feels that the team spirit at Arsenal will help see them over the line.
"There is a great spirit here, the Germans have come in and livened everything up," he added.