Natalia Pablos Sanchon was one of a number of Arsenal recruits this summer and she’s hoping to not only help the Gunners win trophies but seal a place in the Spain side for the World Cup this summer.
Signed by her former boss and current Arsenal manager, Pedro Losa, the 29-year-old arrived with two league titles from Spain in her pocket as well as he Spanish Cup from her time with Rayo Vallecano.
Speaking to the Islington Gazaette, Pablo Sanchon, said “I love playing in England, ever since I came to Bristol, and I’m really happy here so far.
“They’ve all made me very welcome in the team.
“Pedro was one of the reasons I came here, but also at Arsenal I’m surrounded by great players and I’m going to learn a lot from them. Kelly Smith is a legend and I know Lianne Sanderson from playing against her in Spain.
“It’s going to be an amazing experience – one of the most important in my career – and I want to win titles. That is my hope.
“I think this is possible and Arsenal is the perfect place to play good football and try to win titles. We will be fighting for the league until the end.
“The Spanish coach is working with around 30 players now and we have a strong group. Obviously only 23 can go to the World Cup, but I feel confident and I’ve scored a few goals, so I hope I’ll be going.”
Arsenal are in action this weekend against Chelsea as they look to defend their FA Cup.