Tuesday, 19th November, 2013

French midfielder Mathieu Flamini has admitted he can see himself seeing out his career with Arsenal, having arrived at the club to commence his second spell this summer.

Flamini had come to the end of his contract with AC Milan, a side he joined from Arsenal in 2008, and opted to link up once again with Arsene Wenger at the Emirates Stadium.


It has been so far so good for the midfielder, who has been praised from all corners for his impact at the Gunners and tipped as the final piece of the jigsaw which could see Arsenal end their eight-year trophy drought.

And Flamini is happy to be back at the club, so much so that he even feels it could be the last club he ever plays for.


Asked whether he could retire at Arsenal, Flamini told his club's official site: "I’m really happy here, so why not?

"It’s a very important club for me. I really see myself here for a long time. In football, everything is possible.

"For now, I'm focused on the present and the short future. With the short future, I'm talking about this season because we have big ambitions and we really want to do very well here."

The 29-year-old is under contract at Arsenal until 2015.

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