Gunners forward unhappy with lack of games.
Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski is still considering an exit from the club despite coming off the bench to hit a crucial winner in yesterday’s game against Anderlecht, the Daily Mirror reports.
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The German international came on late in the game as Arsene Wenger’s side looked to overturn a 1-0 deficit, and he stabbed home from close range just moments after Kieran Gibbs’ equaliser.
Podolski may now have worked his way into the club’s first-team plans, but he remains set on leaving in January if he is not starting more often.
“I have a contract with Arsenal until 2016. I feel at home in London and get on with the fans very well,” he said.
“Nevertheless, I will try to speak with the coach and the club to see what is best for all parties. I want to play football and am not the type to sit on the bench until my contract expires.”