Out of Arsenal's 29 senior players, Arsene Wenger can call upon five full-time athletes who have experience winning domestic titles as Thomas Vermaelen, Mikel Arteta, Tomas Rosicky, Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud all know what it takes to win a league, albeit with former clubs rather than Arsenal.
By securing the short-term loan transfer of Kim Kallstrom, Wenger added a sixth proven title winner to his ranks and, while the Swede will conclude his Gunners sojourn at the end of the season before returning to parent club Spartak Moscow, Arsenal will continue to have six titlists regardless of the destination of this season's Premier League crown.
Joel Campbell celebrated last weekend for his part in ensuring Greek side Olympiacos claimed the Super League title. He rejoins Arsenal this summer.
However, such celebrations may well be short-lived as the club - and Campbell - have published their next "dream"; overseeing Manchester United on Wednesday, March 19 at Old Trafford, a club whom they already have a healthy 2-0 lead over due to their convincing win at home in February in the first leg of their Champions League Round of 16 clash.
Sueña en grande Dream big pic.twitter.com/ORl7eF1hua— Joel Campbell (@joel_campbell12) March 17, 2014