Arsenal technical director Edu has revealed the club are 'hungry' for their first Premier League title since 2004 after completing the swoop of Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey.
The Ghana international joined the north London side on transfer deadline day on Monday after they triggered the £45million release clause in his contract with the Spanish outfit.
The 27-year-old joined centre-back Gabriel Magalhaes, winger Willian, midfielder Dani Ceballos and goalkeeper Runar Alex Runarsson in joining the club in the summer transfer window as the Gunners splashed £90million to help boss Mikel Arteta following last season's FA Cup win.
Arsenal technical director Edu says the club are hungry to win the Premier League again
The Gunners chief's comments come after they wrapped up the signing of Thomas Partey
The club spent £90m to help boss Mikel Arteta following the side's FA Cup win last season
And speaking to Arsenal's official website, Invincible Edu claimed his side - having signed Partey after seven months of groundwork - are now hungry to challenge for the title with their new 'quality' additions.
'One day I would like to show the fans how we work, or how we worked because if you saw my plan six or seven months ago when I did it with Mikel, Thomas was there already,' Edu said.
'So many things to do, so many meetings, we had to see how we were going to buy the player, if we had the financial situation to buy the player, the legal process, the financial process, talking to the player and talking to the agent, but we did it.
Willian was one of the other signings brought in in the summer on a free transfer from Chelsea
Dani Ceballos joined for another loan spell from Real Madrid after a good end to last season
'I think we improved the squad's quality and physicality. If you see Willian, he brings us experience and a very special physicality in terms of speed. If you see Gabriel, he gives us a lot of physicality and presence.
'Dani, quality. Thomas, physicality, quality and mentally he is very strong.