Arsenal striker, Alexandre Lacazette, has admitted Arsenal are still “a few seasons” away from challenging for “the biggest titles”, having ended 2018/2019 without silverware.
Unai Emery, in his first season in charge, guided the Gunners to the Europa League final, where they lost 4-1 to Chelsea.
Emery also failed to deliver Champions League qualification, as Arsenal could only finish fifth in the Premier League.
Lacazette knows it might not be a quick route to success.
The France international told FourFourTwo: “A club like Arsenal has to be playing in the Champions League every season.
“We will start to think to think about winning the biggest titles in a few seasons, but first we need to make sure we are in the Champions League consistently again.”