David Luiz has revealed his ambitions to win the Premier League title at Arsenal.
The Brazilian international moved to the Emirates from London rivals Chelsea on deadline day, joining in an £8m deal to strengthen Unai Emery’s defensive options.
The 32-year-old won the Premier League title during his second spell at Stamford Bridge, and despite Arsenal currently enduring a 15-year title drought, Luiz says the club has the potential to challenge again.
“This club has the potential to shine like it has shone in the past. We have a lot of talent, we have players with a lot of quality,” Luiz told Sky Sports.
“I came here with the ambition to fight for the Premier League title, I want to fight for other competitions also.
“It was like that at the other clubs I have been at but it was not always easy, there were difficult moments.
“I am going to try to do my best every single day and try to help everyone to believe in this because I think this club can believe a lot because it has a lot of potential.
“Football is about the end not the beginning and we are going to have to try to fight to the end.”
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