- Theo Walcott has made three substitute appearances in the Premier League
- The 28-year-old has been restricted to cup competitions so far this season
- But Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says he will give his player a chance to impress
- Wenger reveals he wants Walcott to extend his 11-year stay at the club
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he wants Theo Walcott to remain at the club and suggests the winger will get more playing time in the Premier League.
The winger has been mostly restricted to cup competitions so far this season.
Arsenal great Ian Wright said earlier this week that the 28-year-old must bring his 11 years at the club to an end for the good of his career.
Theo Walcott has only made three substitute appearances in the Premier League this season
England international Walcott has made just three substitute appearances in the league this season and only scored in the Europa League and League Cup, netting three times in five matches.
‘I do not want Theo to move on,’ Wenger said on Thursday. ‘His time in the Premier League will come.
‘At the moment he has got less minutes in the Premier League than other competitions.’
Fifth-placed Arsenal host Swansea City (15th) in the league on Saturday after their midweek game against Norwich in the Carabao Cup.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wants Walcott to stay and says the forward will get his chance