The CF Malaga man is finally a Gunner. And he's losing no time talking about his ambitions to see Arsenal end a long drought without silverware. Cazorla seems to have come to the Emirates with the right attitude. His statement should earn many more fans.
"There's a very good squad here and we want to fight for titles and win titles."
In the past at Villareal and for Spain, Cazorla built a reputation for his impressive flank play although Arsene Wenger probably has a more central role in mind since both Tomas Rosicky and Jack Wilshere's return from injury have now been pushed back, in the latter's case to the end of October. Cazorla also seems to have done his homework consulting with former Arsenal talismans Roberto Pires and Cesc Fabregas. Gunners will get to see him polishing his wares in pre-season against Koln.
With the news that Arsenal is also negotiating Nuri Sahin's loan move from Real Madrid and M'Baye Niang of Caen, the young French international, the club can now hardly be accused of being unambitious. By being pro-active in the transfer market, Robin Van Persie might have to re-evaluate his fundamentally divergent vision of the club. City have cooled their RVP interest which leaves Utd and Juventus who have balked at Arsenal's transfer fee demand. The odds of RVP staying put just got better.