Arsenal new signing, Thomas Partey, is keen to play his first game for the Gunners against Manchester City on Saturday.
The 27-year-old Ghanaian international is confident he can help his new team win silverware.
Partey made the move from Atletico Madrid to the Emirates on transfer deadline day for 50 million euros (45 million pounds).
“The objective of the club, of me myself, is that we have to get back to where we belong,” Partey said.
“Everyone’s excited and everyone wants to win something. That’s my goal also.
“I always say, if I will be an animal, I will be an octopus. They called me the octopus because I stole a lot of balls.
“I know that working hard and giving all of my best in every game will determine if I live up to the fans’ expectations.”
Partey added that he felt no pressure because of his hefty price tag and was relishing the challenge of adapting to the English Premier League (EPL).
“I like to challenge myself,” he said.
“It’s all about learning fast. I want to play in the big matches, but it all depends on (manager Mikel Arteta) whether he wants me to play on Saturday or not.”
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