Kieran Gibbs says he is determined to end Arsenal's nine-year trophy drought with what he believes is the best team he has been part at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsene Wenger's side take on Hull in tomorrow's FA Cup final. They're looking to pick up their first silverware since beating Manchester United on penalties in the same competition back in 2005. No-one from the Arsenal squad that day remains at the club.
Kieran Gibbs said: "Me, how I feel when I'm out on the pitch, I feel this is the best team I have played in for a long time. I just feel the team has got a good balance and there is a strong desire in the team to want to win every game and everyday coming in in training everything is 100 per cent."
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