Friday 19 July 2013 09:24, UK
Bacary Sagna insists he does not want to quit Arsenal and is focused on the new season ahead.Sagna also believes Arsenal can be serious contenders for the title if they can add a couple of good signings to Arsene Wenger's squad this summer. The Frenchman feels Arsenal's problem last season was consistency as they failed to mount a serious title challenge. "I believe that we can challenge for the title with a couple of good signings," added Sagna. "We beat great teams last year, we managed to be one of the best teams in the second half of the season and if we can be consistent for the whole season, I believe we can be successful. "If I had the solution as to what went wrong last season, I would have given it. "I think it's a question of desire and, in some games, being over-confident because we know we have the players and the quality. "We just have to find consistency and the belief to get success. Every team is strengthening and we can strengthen, too, but it's more about us caring on the pitch and showing the commitment. That will take us a long way."