Theo Walcott believes Arsenal are capable of winning the Premier League next season - and wants his team-mates to have the same confidence in themselves.
The Gunners clinched fourth place - and a potential Champions League spot - on the final day of the season at Newcastle, but Walcott insists they should be aiming higher next campaign.
The England winger told The Sun: "I think this Arsenal team can achieve anything.
"We should be competing for the Premier League every year, that's our first priority.
"In every competition we can go far - as long as we believe we can.
"We need to realise how good we really are because, at times, we don't think that.
"When we go a goal down you do see the players stepping up. And if we do that from the start we can beat anyone."
The 24-year-old also defended manager Arsene Wenger, who has received criticism in light of the club's eighth year without silverware.
He said: "Every time we don't perform, he (Wenger) always puts it on himself.