Arsène Wenger believes Olivier Giroud is improving every season and would not be surprised if the Frenchman hits the 25-goal mark this term.
The 27-year-old headed home a 90th-minute equaliser to seal a dramatic comeback draw at Everton on Saturday evening.
Wenger is pleased with Giroud's progress since he joined the club two years ago and insists he has enough attacking options in his squad to last the campaign.
He's improving every year and don't rule it out that he scores 25
"He scored 16 [in the Premier League last year] and he's very convincing," the manager said. "You never have to set any limitations for any player. For me, he's improving every year and don't rule it out that he scores 25.
"We have Sanogo who will be an important asset, we have Giroud, we have Lukas Podolski, we have Joel Campbell who can play centre forward. We have Alexis and Walcott coming back. Let's not forget that.
"All of our opponents look for strikers as well and nobody finds a world-class striker available who is better than the strikers you have."
Two goals in the final 10 minutes at Goodison Park maintained Arsenal's unbeaten start to the season and Wenger feels it was important not to go into Wednesday's crucial Champions League qualifier against Besiktas on the back of a defeat.
"It is a big confidence boost for us because you wonder if it will be a repetition of last season," Wenger said.
"We have shown a completely different response. I'm very happy and proud of that.
"We need a good performance. We have Besiktas at home and the task is clear for us - to win the game. At home I believe we can do it if we play with the same spirit."Copyright 2015 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source