Wenger was pleased with the resilience of his players at Upton Park
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes his team are in a good position to push for silverware after coming from behind to defeat 2-1 West Ham in the FA Cup.
The Gunners meet Stoke in the fourth round of the FA Cup, have a Champions League tie against Porto in February and are third in the Premier League.
"Of course we want to win trophies," said Wenger, whose last silverware was the 2005 FA Cup.
"And on 3 January we are in a position where we can have hope."
Arsenal will move to within one point of the top of the Premier League if they win their game in hand against Bolton on Wednesday.
But Wenger's team had to survive an FA Cup scare at Premier League strugglers West Ham on Sunday.
The Hammers took a deserved lead in first-half stoppage time through Alessandro Diamanti and it was not until the introduction of Abou Diaby and Samir Nasri shortly after the hour mark that Arsenal looked like equalising.
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