The midfielder has become a key player for the Blues in recent seasons and is now targeting a first league medal - but he is aware that Chelsea must be more consistent if they are to compete with Manchester City and Liverpool.
Mount told Sky Sports: "Of course, winning the title is always the goal, that's always my goal, personally you want to win the Premier League.
"It's very tough to do because you have to be consistent throughout. We started last season very well and we were in a good position and then you lose a few games, drop a few points and you're third and it happens so quickly.
"We experienced that last season so it's something we need to change."
Chelsea won the Club World Cup and European Super Cup last term but did lose to Liverpool in both domestic finals and Mount is hungry for more medals this time around.
He explained: "Every single season you want to do more. You want to win more so for me personally setting higher goals and we as a team won two trophies last season and it could have been four. So we want to step up, keep going.
"I can definitely see us pushing on and wanting to be successful next season."
Mount continued: "You have to be so on it every single game. It's 100 points to win the league and even then it's very tight and coming down to the last game. It's very difficult and that's why it's the best league in the world.
"You want to play in that competition, you want to have those battles with the teams that are up there. That's what makes the games against those teams so big. We have to be ready for that."