Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has vowed to invest in new players and use this season as a springboard for success.
The Gunners beat Newcastle on the final day to pip rivals Tottenham to fourth spot and secure qualification for next season's UEFA Champions League.
But, with the club's trophyless run extended for another year, Wenger knows he must kick on if he is to satisfy the demands of supporters and is promising to spend.
"The last three months are a springboard for next season," said Wenger, quoted in the Daily Mail. "We have to transfer that belief into the start of next season.
"We need stability and to strengthen. Is it spending a lot on one player or buying many players?
"We want additions but we want to keep the structure and spirit and quality of the team.
"Let's not forget there are many clubs with big money and not enough talent to strengthen all the teams. But we will go out in a proactive way."
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