'We can't be happy' - Mikel Arteta admits Arsenal must be 'much better' next season to wrestle title from Man City
- Arteta wants more from Arsenal next term
- Returned to Champions League after six-year absence
- City going for four in a row in 23/24
WHAT HAPPENED? The Gunners led the Premier League for a number of weeks this season, before falling away to allow City to clinch a third successive crown under Pep Guardiola. Arsenal's second-place finish on 84 points still represents an overachievement from Arteta's side but the Spanish manager is hungry for bigger and better things.
WHAT THEY SAID: We wanted to bring the club back to the Champions League. That was the main target, said Arteta. "We didnt expect to finish where we are. I think its the third best record in the club, with the history of the club, the most wins ever.