Arsene Wenger believes he has now assembled an Arsenal squad capable of properly competing in Europe this season.
The Gunners signed the likes of Shkodran Mustafi, Granit Xhaka and Lucas Perez in the summer and Wenger feels his new arrivals, plus the growing experience of his younger brigade has the North Londoners well-placed ahead of the new Champions League campaign.
"I think we have a better chance, yes," he said prior to Tuesday night's clash with PSG in Paris.
"I was used to playing with my younger squads when you build a stadium because you don't have the resources. Now I have a team with more experienced players.
"The squad is between 24 and 30, basically. That's where you have a good combination of physical strength and experience.
"But we want to keep giving chances to young players and get the mixture right."