By Rob Kelly

Santi Cazorla believes he is at the perfect age to make the most of his move to Arsenal - and is confident he can hit the ground running.

The 27-year-old has spent his entire career in Spain, but is excited about the challenge of testing himself in the Premier League.

Cazorla was named as the 2007 Spanish Player of the Year and hopes to replicate that form for his new club.

"This was the last train [for me] because I think that getting to a big club at the age of 27 it is an ideal moment," the Spain international told Arsenal Player.

"You still have loads to learn but quite a lot to offer. It is an important moment in my career. I think it is a perfect age and hopefully I will be able to make the most of this opportunity.

"One always dreams of playing for a big club and now I am going to have the chance to do so. Everyone has told me that I am going to see a difference from the clubs where I have played before and Arsenal.

"You feel this a big club by the way they behave and treat you, for the facilities and for everything around the Club. I am very lucky to have this chance."

Cazorla does not want to set any specific targets for the new season, but believes he will continue to improve in the Premier League.

"You always want to get better. I scored nine goals in La Liga last season, so I want to exceed that," he said.

"It is always positive to do that. But we’ll see how the season goes. Hopefully I will be able to score a lot to help the team and have a good season. That is what we all want."

Watch the full interview with Santi on Arsenal Player now.

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