Arsenal forward Theo Walcott had his 2014-15 season marred by injuries and disappointment, but he showed plenty of promise for the future.
According to The Guardian, the Arsenal forward is hoping for a new contract that will see him earn more than £100,000 per week.
Walcott had already signed a contract with Arsenal in 2013 that was worth £90,000-per-week, but the 26-year-old believes he is worth more than that.
The longtime Gunners forward is entering his 10th year with the Gunners, and he appears to be staying put although his demands have become clear.
Walcott is entering the final season of his current contract with the Gunners and is prepared to play without signing a new deal.
“Definitely. It’s not in my thought process at all. You don’t want to dwell on it, you want to play well and if it happens it happens,” Walcott said on entering this season without a deal.
Although his last two seasons have not shown his full potential, Walcott shined in his limited action in the 2014-15 season with five goals in 14 Premier League appearances.
Most notably, Walcott notched a hat trick in the Gunners’ regular season finale against West Brom.
The England international scored 14 goals in the 2012-13 season while making 32 Premier League appearances, which shows that he can be a reliable scoring threat when healthy.
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