By FOX SPORTS staff
Besides being one of Arsenal's top performers this season, Koscielny also scored the a winner against Newcastle on the final match day to secure the Gunners a place in the Champions League ahead of London rivals Tottenham.
However, the Frenchman told the Daily Mail that a place in Europe's top club competition is not good enough for him and he will begin considering his options should Arsenal's eight-year trophy drought continue.
"I want to lift trophies and to have a winning record," Koscielny stated.
"I hope the club will give me the means. If this weren't the case, I'd look elsewhere."
Gunners supporters have called on Arsene Wenger to strengthen the squad considerably this summer in order to match domestic rivals Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea. Real Madrid's Gonzalo Higuain is one of the names linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium and the Argentinean international admitted to being open to joining Arsenal.
"There have already been offers and I hope that Madrid do the best for me and themselves," Higuain said to The Metro.
"Arsenal? They would suit me, I'm still young and I have goals. There are many possibilities. I want to go to a league where I'll be put to the test."