Eduardo desperate to kickstart Arsenal career for trophy trail

Arsenal striker Eduardo da Silva is desperate to win trophies and make his mark in England.

Arsenal striker Eduardo da Silva is desperate to win trophies and make his mark in England.

The 26-year-old started this season with a goal in the 6-1 win at Everton - his first League strike since the day to forget at St Andrew's.

Two-and-a-half years after arriving from Dinamo Zagreb, he is now desperate to look forward and win trophies with Arsenal.

"That's what I really want, in two years, three years or even this year," he said. "With every year that passes the team is getting more mature, better.

"When you come to a club like Arsenal, which is already in the top 10 in the world, you can only improve. I don't dream of playing for anyone else, everything is here. We can win the Champions League and the Premier League."

After a long lay-off, it pays to be optimistic.

"I was delayed a little, standing still for a year," he said. "It hadn't happened, I could have learned a lot of things, been more experienced and played in big games.

"But now that I'm back, I'm gradually feeling better. I can do everything that I could before."

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