Gunners boss hopes Czech midfielder finishes career at the club.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has expressed his hope that the club’s midfielder Tomas Rosicky ends his career at the Emirates Stadium according to ESPN.
The Czech midfielder was in top form has he helped himself to a brace of goals during Arsenal’s 2-1 victory over West Bromwich Albion.
Rosicky has struggled to make much of an impact on the Arsenal first team this season. A combination of injuries and poor form has seen him struggle to establish himself in Arsene Wenger’s matchday plans.
But Rosicky showed just what is capable of during the weekend Wenger hopes that the Czech midfiedler’s performance showed what he still has to offer.
Wenger went on to add that he hopes Rosicky sees out the rest of the career at the club because he believes the player to be of the highest quality.
Rosicky’s goals could prove invaluable to the club come the end of the season. The result saw them leapfrog London rivals Chelsea in the Premier League table although the Gunners have played one game more than the Stamford Bridge side.
Perhaps more importantly, the Gunners closed the gap on bitter rivals Tottenham to just one point. Should Arsenal finish outside of the top four, it will be the first time they have failed to qualify for the Champions League since Wenger joined the club.