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I Want To Win Things With Arsenal

Jack Wilshere has said he has no intention of joining Manchester City as he aims to win things with Arsenal.

Describing the club as his 'perfect home', Wilshere assured fans he wouldn't be the next high profile departure from the Emirates.

'No disrespect to City but Arsenal is the perfect home for me right now. I really am happy at Arsenal at the minute. Obviously I want to win things, and I want to do it with Arsenal.'

Wilshere did add that a 6 year wait for a trophy wasn't good enough for a club like Arsenal, but he thinks the criticism aimed at Wenger is unjustified and over the top.

'The criticism Arsene gets is just a joke.'

Quotes from the Evening Standard.

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Writer:Arsenal Site Staff
Date:Wednesday October 5 2011
Time: 5:13PM

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Ah! A breath of fresh air.
Naijagunner
05/10/2011 18:13:00
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Ah! A breath of fresh air.
Naijagunner
05/10/2011 18:13:00
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just what Arsenal fans will want to hear, but will he be saying the same thing when someone offers him 200 grand a week?
Lionhart
05/10/2011 20:09:00
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Lionhart - I wouldn't blame any player int he world for having their head turned by £200k per week, even Jackie boy. That is just a fact of life for clubs without debt or sugar daddies. If that's what our ultimate aim is to be then we will oftenlose players like Jack. I mean let's face it, we're pretty used to it already, not that we have to like it though.
LondonGooner
06/10/2011 15:39:00
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Im really skeptical by mostly what players say these days..Ill just wait and watch and see if he walks his talk.. Clichy 2009, Nasri 2010 said similar stuff.
Sajit
06/10/2011 20:55:00
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