Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has reportedly admitted that the club's top-four finish in the Premier League, which has earned his men a spot in the Champions League, is nowhere near as rewarding as it was last season.
Wenger had earlier described finishing in the Champions League spots as the 'first trophy', but the Frenchman has reconsidered his opinions currently.
According to the Mirror, with a fourth place guaranteed for Arsenal regardless of them defeating Norwich City 2-0 and also with their sights on the first piece of silver in nine years when they take on Hull City in the FA Cup Final on Saturday, Wenger feels that their previous year's achievements had been better.
Wenger said that he is at a stage where he wanted to win the Premier League and they could win it, so compared to last season Arsenal is frustrated.
The Frenchman said that this season they had been in a strong position but they lost it despite being close, adding that had they kept everybody fit, they would have had a good chance of bagging the trophy.