Arsenal forward Theo Walcott endured an injury-filled 2014-15 season as he sat out for the majority of it with a knee injury, but he was able to recover from his surgery and return toward the end.
Walcott was able to deliver a strong finish, as he scored three goals in the Premier League season finale before adding another in the FA Cup Final.
The 26-year-old has a year remaining on his contract, and he remains confident that the Gunners will keep him around beyond his current contract.
“I am sure things will get resolved. I just want to enjoy today. I have got England coming up and then we can think about that process, but it will take time, I am sure,” Walcott said to ESPN FC.
Manager Arsene Wenger also confirmed that he will do his best to put Walcott in his desired position, which is as a central striker.
Walcott was able to do this in the FA Cup Final as he played more minutes than fellow forward Olivier Giroud, although Giroud later came in and scored the final goal of the game.
The Gunners forward expressed praise for his team’s season, which involved them finishing third in the Premier League standings before winning their second consecutive FA Cup Final.