Djourou insists Arsenal are ready to go 'trophy crazy'
Friday 10 June 2011
Johan Djourou is confident Arsenal will go trophy "crazy" when they finally end their quest for silverware – and insists Arsène Wenger remains the right man to take the club forward.
The Swiss centre-half maintains that once that first trophy is safely in the Emirates Stadium cabinet, then more will swiftly follow.
"You expect better for Arsenal, of course, but I think that when this long run ends it will just go crazy and we will win everything that is there because this club's got so much potential," he said. "It has been six years, but I am just waiting for the moment. I wanted to win something so bad to say to those people 'shh, that's it, it is finished and we have won something'.
"Unfortunately I can't say that now because it is not the case, but it is not even to say that people are wrong, it is for us to show that we are good enough because we know in ourselves that we are good enough."
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