The 24-year-old midfielder was signed by the Gunners from Real Madrid on transfer deadline day for a club-record fee and will be looking to make an instant impact if named in manager Arsene Wenger's starting line-up for their Barlcays Premier League clash at the Stadium of Light.
Although Ozil will be looking to hit the ground running, it is breaking the club's well-publicised eight-year wait for a trophy that is high on his list of priorities at the Emirates.
"I am in the strongest league in the world and have to prove myself here to continue developing here. This is why I am at the right club," he said.
"I cannot promise to win trophies, but I can promise that as a team we will give our all to win trophies.
"Arsenal is a very well-known club, a very successful club with very young players, and the young players develop very well here. This was one of the reasons why I chose to come here, I want to continue to improve myself."
Arsenal went in to the recent international break having secured a 1-0 victory over north London rivals Tottenham, who have been busy breaking their own transfer record on three separate occasions over the course of the summer.
The man who currently holds that record is Erik Lamela and the former Roma winger in-line for his full debut when Spurs welcome Norwich to White Hart Lane on Saturday.
Manager Andre Villas-Boas will be looking to a number of his summer acquisitions to fill the goalscoring void left by the sale of Gareth Bale to Madrid, with Lamela a player the Portuguese feels can develop in to a tremendous talent.
"I think the qualities he brings are his creativeness, his ability to find the last pass that leads to a goal," said Villas-Boas.
"He's a natural talent. He's not a pure winger; he's creative and likes to come inside and find different spaces. He's a player with tremendous potential that we have to work on."
Saturday's early kick-off sees newly-promoted Crystal Palace travel to face reigning champions Manchester United at Old Trafford.
The Eagles currently have three points from their opening three fixtures, just one less than David Moyes' side, but will have manager Ian Holloway banned from the touchline after he was reprimanded by the Football Association following comments made in the aftermath of a 1-0 defeat to Spurs.
"I am disappointed in myself," Holloway said
"I'll be able to do my job before the game, be at the hotel with them before the game, in the dressing room and in there at half-time and after the game.
"It is only a touchline ban, but the rules being what they are I was deemed unfit to be on the bench, in that area, and that hurts me more than you'll ever know."
The rest of Saturday's games see bottom club West Brom travel to Fulham, Stoke welcome Manchester City to the Britannia Stadium with Mark Hughes looking for victory over his former employers. Two newly-promoted sides go head to head as Hull face Cardiff, Aston Villa host Newcastle and Chelsea take on Everton in the day's late game.
On Sunday, West Ham face Southampton at St Mary's whilst Monday night's game sees Brendan Rogers take his Liverpool side to face former club Swansea.
Saturday's Barclays Premier League Fixtures
Man United vs Crystal Palace
Stoke vs Man City
Fulham vs West Brom
Aston Villa vs Newcastle
Hull vs Cardiff
Sunderland vs Arsenal
Tottenham vs Norwich
Everton vs Chelsea
Sunday's Barclays Premier League Fixtures
Southampton vs West Ham
Monday's Barclays Premier League Fixtures
Swansea vs Liverpool