Granit Xhaka has detailed his happiness at Arsenal and says the club have "something special planned" as they continue their fine campaign.
A comeback victory over West Ham on Boxing Day extended the Gunners' unbeaten run in the Premier League to nine games, with Mikel Arteta's side dropping just five points so far this term and holding a five-point lead at the top of the table.
The club have exceeded expectations with an improbable push for Premier League glory, and are reportedly eyeing further additions in the January transfer window in their bid to clinch a league title for the first time since 2004.
Xhaka has played an integral role in Arsenal's success this term, creating 22 chances and contributing four assists in 15 appearances, and has teased the club have "something special" up their sleeves.
"Of course, I'm happy that we're on a very good path at Arsenal," he told Keystone-SDA.
"I feel completely at ease and enjoy an enormous amount of confidence there. We have something special planned in London.
"We discussed everything [with Arteta about the World Cup], yes. He can read me like nobody else.
"Mikel knows what it's like to be down. He felt how hurt I was by the way I was eliminated [in Qatar]. But there are so many other challenges and tournaments. I will take those on."
The Gunners round off 2022 with a trip to face Brighton and Hove Albion, before hosting fellow high-fliers Newcastle United three days later.