Santi Cazorla has hinted that he might be leaving Emirates at the end of the season in order to win some trophies.
Gunners have maintained their record for not winning a single trophy for last eight years and this year their last hope is of FA Cup where they will play Wigan Athletic in the semi-final on 12 April.
Arsenal are also out of the title race after the last match against Everton which ended as 3-0 in favour of Everton, even now they are in difficult situation, looking to secure their Champions League place.
Santi Cazorla signed a new deal recently despite of continuing that deal he has admitted to leave the London outfit after this season in order to win titles.
Cazorla told telegraph regarding the upcoming fixture against Wigan (FA Cup semi-final) on Saturday that they don't have a winning mentality like other clubs namely Manchester City but they have to believe in their selves.
The 29-year-old said that he joined Arsenal to win trophies. Every footballer wants to win trophies and Arsenal have not won for past eight years.
He clearly said, "And if not, what I’ll look for in my next destination is to have the chance to win."
The Spain international has scored 18 goals in 86 appearances for Arsenal since his move from Malaga.