Wenger 'finally' admits being bothered by lack of silverware at Arsenal
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has finally admitted that it hurts to see club's barren trophy cabinet from last seven and a half years, and the Frenchman hinted this year's FA Cup could mark the end to fans' long wait for a major title.
Wenger has previously insisted securing a Champions League spot was his priority, but now, he concedes that winning trophies is equally crucial for club's success, the Sun reports.
Wenger is desperate to end Arsenal's long wait with the FA Cup representing a big chance to taste glory.
Wenger said it bothers him to see other teams winning trophies and not Arsenal, adding that he wants to change the trend now.
Arsenal head to Swansea tomorrow as they look to end their barren run and start filling the Emirates Stadium trophy cabinet.
Wenger believes their FA Cup campaign is very important for the club this season. (ANI)
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