Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna says he‘s desperate to get his hands on some silverware before he eventually leaves the club.
Sagna moved to North London in 2007 from Auxerre and his signing was seen a major coup, as Arsene Wenger looked to add some extra experience to his exciting young squad.
However, despite a number of strong campaigns which have seen the 29-year-old twice voted into the PFA Team of the Year, the French international is still to win a major trophy at the Emirates Stadium.
This has led to rumours that he is unhappy with the situation at the club and that he has grown tired of Wenger’s preference for nurturing his own talent rather than buying already established stars – with punters who bet on football tipping him to leave.
Arsenal have also developed a habit over the last few years of selling their best players to their rivals, an issue that has understandably caused unrest amongst some of the more experienced members of the squad.
Sagna’s current contract runs until the summer of 2014 but a number of top European sides have already shown interest in signing him in the near future, with both Inter Milan and Paris Saint-Germain thought to be monitoring his situation.
However, Sagna admits he doesn’t know what the future holds but insists he will continue to give everything for the club in their pursuit of silverware.
"Honestly, I'm under contract with Arsenal and I give everything so long as I am under contract with my club,” he said to premier league betting news reporters.
"Before leaving, because I will leave here one day, I would like to win something with my club. I don't want to answer yes or no now because in football you never know what will happen."