Aaron Ramsey: Arsenal can win the Premier League

The Wales international has stated that if the Gunners stamp out inconsistency they have the quality to be English champions.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has stated that the Gunners are more than good enough to win the Premier League title next season and can do so if they stamp out inconsistency, as per The Guardian.

The Gunners had a couple of purple patches last season and on their day play scintillating football, but in the end their title challenge fell short, with Chelsea more consistent across the campaign.

The Wales international has stated that if the North London club start 2015-16 strongly and build a head of steam, there is no reason why they will not be Premier League champions come May next year.

“In the last couple of years we’ve started off well and then we’ve faded,” Ramsey told The Guardian.

“Last season we didn’t start off too well and then we finished really strongly. It’s just a case of being consistent throughout the season, which I’m sure we can do if we keep everybody fit and healthy as well. And then we’ll give it a good go.

“One of the positives from the last campaign was definitely that we improved in the bigger games and got results.

“Chelsea were so consistent throughout the season, they didn’t really slip up and led from day one. I think it’s important for us to get off to a good start. I feel if we do that we’ll give it a good go.”

Ramsey has struggled wit debilitating injuries over the years but got back to somewhere near his best last season in the second half of the campaign.

The Welshman was forced to operate on the right-hand side of Arsene Wenger’s midfield, with Francis Coquelin and Santi Cazorla preferred in the centre.

Ramsey will have an important role to play for the Emirates Stadium side next season and will look to have a clean bill of health throughout the campaign.

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