Jack Wilshere intends to work even harder next season as the young England midfielder looks to cement his place at the heart of the Arsenal team.
The 19-year-old will have played more than half a century of matches for club and country by the time he finally gets to head off for a well-earned summer break, which is not likely to be until after the end of England's involvement at the European Under-21 Championship.
Wilshere may now be an integral member of both the Gunners and Three Lions set-ups, but the teenager has no intentions of resting on his laurels, and told the June edition of the official Arsenal magazine: "My target at the start was to play 20-25 games. I have to keep working hard."
He added: "Next year I will set myself new targets and one of them will be to score more goals. I have only scored twice this season and that is not enough.
"I used to score a lot in the youth team and there is no reason why I can't take that into the first team.
"Above that, though, I have to keep my place in the Arsenal team.
"I am still young, still learning and there is plenty of quality in the squad who can step in."