Martin Odegaard insists Arsenal are hungrier for a prime 4 end after relegating them final season

Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegaard has insisted {that a} return to the highest 4 final season has solely made the Gunners hungrier for achievement within the upcoming 2022/23 season.

In the closing levels of final season, Arsenal have been on target to complete within the Premier League’s prime 4 for the primary time since 2016 and at last get again into the Champions League.

Four consecutive wins over Chelsea, Manchester United, West Ham and Leeds in late April and early May put them in the driving force’s seat forward of Tottenham.

But defeat within the north London derby adopted by a loss to Newcastle derailed their possibilities and Spurs edged out with simply two factors ultimately to take the Champions League as a substitute.

This summer time, Arsenal have continued the undertaking led by Edu and Mikel Arteta, investing closely to signal Manchester City duo Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko for a mixed £75m, plus an extra £30m to usher in Fabio Vieira from Porto.

“We were all really disappointed at the end of last season,” Odegaard informed Sky Sports.

“We didn’t finish the way we wanted and I think everyone is really hungry now to come back stronger, improve, show the quality we have and give the fans what they deserve. Everyone is really hungry and happy to do that.”

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Odegaard added that the final word objective for Arsenal goes past simply being a prime 4 membership once more, with silverware nonetheless the foremost ambition. The Gunners haven’t received the Premier League since 2004 and haven’t correctly challenged since 2008, though they’ve lifted the FA Cup in 4 of the final 9 seasons and most not too long ago in 2020.

“Obviously top four is a big thing – that’s where we want to be, and also fighting for titles and trophies … that’s what this club should be doing,” the participant stated. “We have to improve every day and then we’ll see where it takes us.”

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