Bacary Sagna says it's the title or bust for Arsenal this season.
The Gunners defender, who admits his and his France team-mates' stupidity let down their country in South Africa, is desperate to put his World Cup nightmare behind him by ending his club's five-year trophy drought.
"Finishing in the top four is not good enough," he told the Sunday Mirror. "Finishing second or third is not enough.
"The main thing is finishing first. I wouldn't be happy playing in the World Cup Final if we lost it.
"The best thing is to win the Premier League.
Since I have been at Arsenal we have had the possibility to win a trophy.
"Every time we were close and I'm fed up being close. I want to win something, I want to lift some trophies. I want to achieve something."
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