Emmanuel Adebayor believes Arsenal to find a killer instinct if they want silverware.
The Togo striker was speaking after Arsenal’s title challenge finally evapaorated on the back of Sunday’s 2-1 defeat at leaders Manchester United.
The defeat leaves Arsenal nine points behind United with only four games remaining and came just five days after Champions League quarter-final defeat to Liverpool.
“Next season we have to come out like a killer and hope to go and win something,” Adebyaor told the club’s official website.
“We have to turn into killers. We have the quality, we have the confidence to play our football, now we have to show something else.”
Adebayor believes Arsenal can learn from this season’s mistakes and launch a challenge for honours next season.
“The way we have played this year has been unbelievable. A lot of people have called us one of the best teams in the world,” added Adebayor.
“We have also learned this season. We know better how to achieve things, we know how to play football, we know how to enjoy ourselves.
“We have to make sure that if our opponents score three we can score four to make sure we win.
“This is what we must do now. Yes, decisions have gone against us in the past few games. But that is in the past.
“It is much better to have full concentration on what we are going to do to get better in the future – how we can improve in certain things.
“This is the time when you have to show whether you are a man or not; show character, show personality.”