Arsenal full-back Mathieu Debuchy has moved to suggest that he could leave the Emirates in the January transfer window.
The French full-back has struggled for playing time ever since he fell behind Hector Bellerin in the pecking order and it appears that he is slowly losing his patience.
And despite starting the last two fixtures, the 30-year-old is clearly thinking about a winter exit.
“I am dealing with it,” Debuchy was quoted as saying in the Daily Mirror. “I am trying to stay strong. We are going to remain concentrated until December, after that I will see.”
The experienced footballer hopes to leave the Gunners in search of first team football as he wants to secure his place in France’s Euro 2016 squad.
Even Les Bleus coach Didier Deschamps has advised the former Lille star to quit Arsenal at the earliest opportunity.
Mathieu Debuchy joined Arsenal after a successful spell with Newcastle United, but he has made just 12 Premier League appearances during the year and a half at the Emirates.
The full-back has 27 France caps to his name, but he only made one appearance for the national team this year.