New Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has warned the rest of the Premier League title challengers that the Gunners will lift trophies next season.
A £10m signing from Chelsea, the 33-year-old believes Arsene Wenger's squad is strong enough to fight for the Premier League crown and the Champions League.
He joins Arsenal after spending 11 years at Chelsea and is expected to take over from David Ospina as Arsenal's regular goalkeeper.
"Winning the FA Cup is great for the club and great for the confidence of the players' mentality," the Czech international told the club's official website.
"I believe there is a nice platform for Arsenal to build on and I hope in the new season we will make another step forward.
"I believe I will win trophies at Arsenal. It is as simple as that.
"In the Arsenal squad we have World Cup winners, a guy who has won the Champions League, so many internationals with vast experience and many talented players who will want to prove a point and win the league and the Champions League.
"There is a great balance between the experienced and the young so there is no reason why I wouldn't think that I am going to win trophies."
"There were other clubs in for me but I had said previously that I would put all the offers down next to one another and choose the best one for football reasons.
"Arsenal came to me with the best football reasons.
"They have shown me real commitment. It was never about financial offers, it was only ever about football and I am really glad that I can continue in the Premier League."