Emmanuel Eboue is hopeful Arsenal can finally lift some silverware, even if he doesn't contribute.
The Ivory Coast international has rarely played for Arsene Wenger's side this season and has spent most of the time watching from the bench.
Eboue, who joined the Gunners from Belgian club Beveren in 2005 has found himself utilised mostly as an impact player.
And, although he is set to feature in Sunday's FA Cup fourth-round tie against Huddersfield at the Emirates Stadium, the 27-year-old admits it doesn't matter to him if does or doesn't play, so long as the side win a trophy.
"I have this team in my heart, in fact it does not matter if I don't play, I still want us to win from the bottom of my heart," he said.
"This is a team that can win something, for sure. If we continue to play our football and with confidence the side has, I certainly believe that.
"I will be ready to give everything I can to try to make this season something special."