The Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka opened the doors to the Emirates Stadium, admitting he wanted to take the "next step" of his career.
The Swiss international has been an integral part of Unai Emery's team this season, missing only five Premier League games so far and scoring a decisive goal in the recent victory against Manchester United.
However, all was not well for Xhaka at Arsenal, regularly earning criticism towards the end of Arsene Wenger's reign at the club, but he has improved significantly this season.
At just 26 years old, Xhaka has many years ahead of him and the Arsenal fans will be happy for the impact he has had this season and for the important role he plays in the part – but he seems to be watching bigger things.
"I am very ambitious, I want to take the next step, the Arsenal should not be the last stop," he told Tagblatt.
Xhaka will certainly want to play Champions League football and is another factor that increases the importance of the final matches of the season, as the Gunners fight for the victory of the quarter-finals and the glory in the Europa League.
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