In an interview with Prime Video Sport, Arsenal’s Bukaya Saka answered a series of quick questions on football and the streaming network’s All or Nothing: Arsenal docuseries.
When asked about his personal sporting ambition, the Arsenal winger said: “To win the Premier League and the Champions League.”
The Gunners are currently on track to achieve the former, with a 5 point-lead on Manchester City and a game in hand.
But with 17 games still to go, and a recent defeat at Everton showing signs of vulnerability, the club will need to display the same form that they showed in the first half of the season.
They also have a strong case of qualifying for the Champions League next year, which requires the club to finish inside the top 4.
They are currently 11 points ahead of fifth-placed Tottenham with two games in hand.
During the interview, Saka also stated that his biggest achievement is winning the FA Cup. On his favourite All or Nothing moment, he referred to how he and Emile Smith Rowe talked about scoring in the North London derby.
The pair actually went on to achieve that, with both scoring in a 3-1 win against Tottenham that even led to their manager at the time, Nuno Espírito Santo, getting sacked.