The record signing was handed a recall to the starting XI by Arsene Wenger and he repaid his manager with a goal in the 3-0 victory over Bournemouth.
Following a good start to life in England, the 26-year-old is now targeting scoring more than the 129 goals he netted during his time in Ligue 1 with Lyon.
Providing Lacazette can do just that, he would become the club’s ninth all-time top goalscorer in all competitions for the Gunners.
The striker, in an interview with Telefoot in France, said: “I came to Arsenal to win titles, play great matches, progress and discover another culture and another game.
“To score more goals than Lyon, or even more.”
While he may be targeting becoming an Arsenal great, the player is fully aware that he has a fight on his hands to secure a starting place in the team.
With Olivier Giroud on the substitutes’ bench for yesterday’s victory over the Cherries, Lacazette knows he needs to do all he can to impress his manager.
The French international added: “He, like me, understood that it was the coach who made the decision and that there was no reason to blame the other. So it’s very simple.”