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No change in club or game style for Arsenal midfielder


Midfielder Jack Wilshere says his objective is to fight for a regular place at Arsenal next season.

The Englishman is a target for Manchester City according to reports in England but is expected to stay at the Emirates.

"I wouldn't go somewhere just because I'm a home-grown player," Wilshere is quoted as saying by the BBC.

"I'd want to be wanted by a club; I want to be wanted by Arsenal.

"I've grown up at Arsenal. As long as Arsenal want me, I'm happy.

"When I was injured, I read a few people who said I should think about making changes to my approach.

"I thought 'maybe they are right. Maybe I should just change it a little bit'. But in my first game back, naturally I just want to pick the ball up and run with it.

"I can't change that. I can work on a few things maybe. If you look at the best dribblers in the world - Messi, Iniesta - when they are running with the ball it is always close to them so maybe I could work on that.

"But I definitely won't be changing my game."

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