Arsenal Captain, Martin Odegaard has admitted his aspirations for the Premier League trophy as the season dawns into the ten final matches.
Arsenal’s season is something that almost no Arsenal fan, no pundit, or almost no person could’ve predicted. Arsenal are currently sitting top of the Premier League, eight points above Manchester City with ten games to go.
After narrowly missing out on top four last season to arch-rivals, Tottenham, no one expected Arsenal to come anywhere near to the Premier League title, let alone be favourites to win it going into April.
However that’s where Arsenal find themselves and one player who has been crucial to the Gunners fine form this season is club captain, Martin Odegaard.
Arsenal’s number eight, Martin Odegaard has come out to the press and spoke about what the final goal is for the Gunners & the Premier League Title.
According to Manchester Evening News, The Norweigan said:
“It’s been my dream since I was a baby, so of course you can dream. But the main thing is to stay calm, to keep working hard and to keep pushing every day to make sure that we get better every day.”
Arsenal’s captain also noted that the fans and the players all need to rally together to stay focused and on course to win the club’s first league title in 19 years…
“I think everyone enjoys it, we are where we want to be. We have to enjoy it. We are in a good position, so we want to enjoy this, and the connection with the fans, within the team, everyone is so together now. So we just have to keep going the same way and keep pushing every day to get better and to stay where we are.”
Arsenal have 10 more matches to play, and one of them being the title clash at the Etihad against Manchester City on the April 26th, which could be the match that dictates who raises the trophy come May…