Jack Wilshere has said he will think about whether his future lies at Arsenal in the summer.
The England midfielder, whose Arsenal contract expires next year, is on loan at Bournemouth this season and said he remained fully focused on their campaign despite being yet to hold talks with the Gunners.
“I’m not thinking about my future. I’ve got a year left at Arsenal, and as soon as the season ends I’ll sit down and I’ll think about it,” Wilshere told the Daily Mirror after Saturday’s 3-2 home win over West Ham.
“But my main concern at the moment is trying to keep Bournemouth in this league because no matter what happens next year, if I’m here if I’m not, if I’m at Arsenal — whatever — you know no one wants a relegation next to their name.
“We’re trying to put Bournemouth in a good position and at the end of the season I’ll have a think about it.”
Wilshere went to Bournemouth to get regular playing time after two seasons ravaged by injuries, and has made 19 league starts for Eddie Howe’s side.
He was left on the bench for the last two games after a minor injury scare, but said: “I want to play every minute. That’s why I came here, but I’ve always been a team player wherever I’ve been.
“I respect the manager’s decision and the team have justified it so we’ll see what happens next week.”