Arsenal’s Calum Chambers is confident that he’ll be playing Champions League football again next season…
Arsenal defender Calum Chambers has expressed his belief that the Gunners will finish in the Premier League’s top four this season, and secure yet another campaign that includes a run at Europe’s biggest cup competition.
The 20-year-old believes that the club’s senior players will be vital in the final weeks of the current campaign, reasoning that they have the experience of being in this situation many times in the past.
Arsene Wenger’s side currently sit third in the Premier League table, but only have a two point cushion on the chasing pack ahead of tonight’s game, with fifth place Southampton having narrowed the gap with a win over Crystal Palace on Tuesday evening.
Chambers, who was quoted by the Daily Star, said: “You can go up to one of the players and speak to them, ask them for a bit of advice if you want. It’s always nice to have people around you who have experience of being in this situation before and they can help you if you need it.”
The England international has featured heavily so far this season, playing 35 times in all competitions, and is eager to continue appearing regularly in order to hold down a first-team place for both club and country in the long term.
Speaking about his amount of game time so far this season, he added: “I just want to be involved as much as possible. I think high pressure situations are where you learn best. It can only benefit you.”