Granit Xhaka hopes the continuation of his blistering start to life at Arsenal can yield silverware in his debut Premier League season.
The Switzerland international has already endeared himself to Gunners supporters with a series of robust midfield performances following his £34m summer switch from Borussia Monchengladbach.
“I’m happy that I’ve scored those two goals – don’t expect me to give that every week – but what’s most important is that the team play and perform well and that we reach our objectives,” he exclusively told Sky Sports.
“We obviously want to have a consistently good season and show the fans that we’re going to give absolutely everything in every game. Of course to do that we’re going to need a bit of luck along the way but we’re really going to give our all to have a successful season.”
Asked how well Arsenal can do this season, he added: “It’s probably too early to say but we’re having a really positive phase and that’s something that we’re happy with.
“We need to do the same against Burnley on Sunday, we need to approach the game in the same way and make sure we go into the international break still in this positive phase.”
“I’m very pleased with the fans’ support,” he said. “It’s been amazing the way they’ve supported the whole team and me.
“The fans are amazing, I’m really happy here at Arsenal and I’m going to do my best for this club.
“London is really nice and I’m really happy here but, of course, I’ve moved here to play football and not just to be in the city.
“I’m happy with how it’s gone so far and I’m really satisfied with my first couple of months here and I’m enjoying being at Arsenal.”