The German international will complete his move to the
And Podolski is confident he will adapt quickly to the rigours of the English Premier League.
Arsenal finished third in the league this season - but Podolski is targeting more.
"It won't be easy as the Premier League is quite well balanced, certainly across the top six teams who are all very strong. It will be difficult," Podolski told Arsenal Player.
"But I have joined to win titles and trophies - that is my target. I will do my very best to be successful with Arsenal.
"They play fast in
"I enjoy this style of football, so from that point of view I think I will adapt fairly quickly. I'm a player who plays in a similar style."
Podolski's former manager Stale Solbakken - the new Wolves boss - believes Arsenal has made a shrewd signing.
"He can play in any team in the world. He was bigger than God in
"He's just had his best ever season with 18 goals from 30 games or something and when we had all those injuries, he carried the team alone for some games.
"He's physical, he's played 100 games for
"He can play in either of the forward positions up front.
"If Arsenal play their usual 4-2-3-1, he can play in all of those four forward positions."
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"Arsenal are a very disciplined team; they play great football with excellent passing and they are really good to watch on television," he said.
"I'm excited to be part of this team now, playing that way and making the supporters happy.
"Then there is Per Mertesacker who I know well, and I have also been impressed with the performances of
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Arsenal's 1-0 Premier League victory over Newcastle United ensured it beat north London rival Tottenham Hotspur to the last UEFA Champions League place despite a late blockbuster from Gareth Bale on the final day of the season.