Fabregas wants silverware
Cesc Fabregas is determined to bring trophies to the Emirates and will not leave Arsenal until that happens.
The 23-year-old Gunners skipper was heavily linked with a return to boyhood club Barcelona last summer, and those rumours have started again in Spain with reports claiming a deal has been agreed for Fabregas. The player, who scored a late penalty to rescue a replay in their FA Cup third round game with Leeds on Saturday, knows Arsenal are still in four competitions and have a great chance of ending five years without silverware this season. Arsenal face Ipswich in the first leg of their Carling Cup semi-final in midweek, are due to face Barcelona in the Champions League knockout stages and sit third in the Premier League table - and fans could use a free bet on the Gunners winning one or more trophies this campaign. Fabregas told the News of the World it is "fantastic" at Arsenal and he has no plans to leave the Emirates in the near future. "It would be a dream to lift trophies for Arsenal. It has always been my wish," he added. "My real challenge as captain of Arsenal is to bring this football club success. "This is the biggest dream I can have. I want to end these five years without a trophy and, hopefully, I can do it this season."