Lloris - Trophies will come

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Hugo Lloris is disappointed to have missed out on silverware at Lyon, but is confident success will come.

Lyon keeper not looking to leave

Hugo Lloris is disappointed to have missed out on silverware at Lyon, but is confident success will come. The France international moved to Stade Gerland in 2008, just as the club's stranglehold on French football was coming to an end. Seven straight league titles were secured during a glittering era for the Ligue 1 giants, with positive inroads also made in continental competition. The trophies have dried up since then, though, with the club having gone two seasons without landing a top prize. Lloris admits he expected more when he left Nice to take on a new challenge, but the 24-year-old is adamant he can still match his ambition with Lyon and is not looking to move on any time soon. "I have trust in Lyon and I have no worries," he told L'Equipe. "We have endured a bad run in terms of trophies but I have no issue to address regarding my future. "I am at Lyon because I am ambitious. I will ask myself questions at the right moments. "There are moments to think about yourself and moments to put the collective cause first. My personal case is secondary at the moment."

Objective

On his experiences at Lyon, he added: "This is my third season and in the first two we didn't win anything, so that is a little disappointing. "Lyon remain a big club, though, and winning titles will confirm that. We just have to get things right on the pitch. "We are more than capable of playing at a very high level. It is just we are not showing that often enough at the moment. "The league title is our No.1 objective at the moment. We know how difficult the national cups can be and that winning the Champions League is tough for a French club. "We were lucky enough to reach the semi-finals last season, but we quickly realised how big the gap is between huge clubs like Bayern Munich and a nice European team like us."

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