Russian footballer Andrey Arshavin admits that he was not at his best this season, and he promises Arsenal’s fans they will see a spike in his performances. The winger managed to score once for The Gunners in the game against Swansea, but all in all his performances were slightly poor.
Arshavin declared for Arsenal’s official website:
“They should expect more from me, of course,”
“They should expect some more tricks, goals and unbelievable passes.
“To be honest I am still expecting more from me as well. But believe me, I do everything I can do.
“I just have to give everything I can at the moment, just on the pitch. I want to score more goals and bring my team to the title.”
Many rumours relating Arshaving to a possible departure in January have appeared after the poor games he had lately, but the winger is still under contract with Arsenal until the end of the 2012 season.
The Russian didn’t get many chances to play since Ivorian Gervinho joined Arsenal in the summer, being often sidelined. With Chamberlain and Park also gaining momentum and becoming possible candidates for the attacking roles, Arshavin must boost his pace and try to put in better performances if he wants to still have a chance at convincing manager Arsene Wenger he can still play for Arsenal.