Eduardo is ready to put Croatia's World Cup disappointment behind him by helping fire Arsenal to both Premier League and European success. The Gunners are currently second in the Premier League table, ahead of Manchester United on goal difference, some five points behind Chelsea, on whom they have a game in hand and face at Emirates Stadium later this month.
Eduardo is in no doubt of just what Arsenal - unbeaten now in 13 games through all competitions - can achieve.
"At the moment we are improving a lot and feel stronger mentally - the atmosphere inside the squad is good, we are very together," Eduardo said.
"We are doing very well at the moment and I hope we can produce a big surprise this year.
"I am feeling good. At the beginning of the season I had a few injury niggles, but I am okay now and ready to help the team rise to the top of the table, as well as progressing in the Champions League."