Arsenal striker Eduardo da Silva says the club has an exciting future, if they can keep the squad together.
If they stick together, he sincerely believes they can make history.
"The hardest thing will be to keep this group together because as the players flourish and improve, other clubs are going to try and take them," Eduardo told the Sunday Telegraph. "But if we stay together for the next four or five years, and I say this with my heart, we can rule England and Europe.
"The group is growing up together and getting tighter. We are getting to know each other better. We have more confidence and this brings a stronger mental attitude.
"With everything going our way, we could have an amazing three seasons like Manchester United have had. Just look at this season. Even when luck hasn't gone our way, with the injuries we've had, we're still in a really good position in both the Premier League and the Champions League."