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Arsenal hero Wilshere open to AGF stay: They've helped me feel like a footballer again

Arsenal hero Jack Wilshere admits he's willing to stay with AGF.

Wilshere featured for AGF in this weekend's 2-2 draw with FCN, which was their final game of the season.

The midfielder is now coming off contract and he told Bold: "I do not know to be honest. I have not thought about it because of what has happened this week (coach David Nielsen's resignation), and of course it has been a difficult period for the whole team, so there has been no talk of the future.

"In the last few days I have started to think about it, but there has still been no dialogue about it.

"My first priority was to try to win a match, but we did not succeed. Now the season is over and I'm going back to London with my family for a few days and then we'll take it from there.

"I enjoyed it. That's for sure. It's been tough, but I've felt like a footballer again. Without a club it was difficult. I came here and it has been difficult, but so is football.

"Everything is not easy and you have to work for things. It could have gone better as a team, but I have enjoyed this.

"I loved it. It is a really nice place, and the people here in Aarhus have been fantastic, really friendly and welcoming. I really like the city. Football could have gone better, but I enjoyed it.

"My agent knew the situation and still does. There will be dialogue in the next few days, and then I will talk to the club."

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