ALEXIS SANCHEZ is loving life in the Premier League - and reckons there is even more to come from him.

The Chilean has adapted to English football with ease, scoring 22 goals in 45 appearances for Arsenal since joining from Barcelona for £35m last summer.

Sanchez claims the transition to life on these shores has not been without fault despite his stunning form on the pitch.

But he is enjoying his time in London and wants to get into the habit of lifting trophies on a regular basis.

"It hasn't been really easy but so far my spell here is a really positive one," Sanchez said. "I like the city a lot and I feel really comfortable in the club.

"Supporters here are very cheerful and enlivening, which is a very nice thing.

"My team-mates are really kind too. My goal now is to take Arsenal as high as possible. I am well adapted to the country and the league.

"I must keep on learning, though. I want to expand my knowledge of English football in general and Arsenal and my team-mates in particular, but overall I love this league.

"At the end of the day, football was invented in this country, right? I live where football was invented. That makes me really happy."

Arsenal host Chelsea on Sunday looking to keep their slim title hopes alive.

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