Bukayo Saka says he would rather win the Premier League than the Champions League with Arsenal this season.

Mikel Arteta’s side have secured their place in Friday’s Champions League quarter-final draw after beating Porto on penalties in the second leg of their last-16 tie at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday evening.

Arsenal also sit top of the Premier League on goal difference ahead of their clash against fellow title challengers Manchester City after the international break on March 31.

When asked by Thierry Henry if he’d rather win the Premier League or the Champions League with Arsenal this season, Saka said on CBS Sports: ‘Wow, I think… he’s not going to let me say both.

‘If I had to choose, this season, I’d say the Premier League.

‘But I want, both, I want both.’

When asked the same question by Henry in his interview with the US broadcaster, Arsenal goalkeeper David Raya simply replied: ‘Both.’

Meanwhile, Arteta has stressed that his Arsenal players are still keen to improve their performance after two close contests against Porto.

‘It’s another big step, especially as a club,’ Arteta said.

‘The last seven years we haven’t been in this competition, the last 14 we haven’t been where we are today.

‘That’s the difficulty of it, the best thing is we are not satisfied, we want more and we are going to try to go through the next round for sure.’