Jack Wilshere wants to keep improving next season following his return from injury.
The England international has had a difficult time with ankle and knee injuries but since making his return to action against QPR in October he has managed to make 33 appearances.
While that represents a positive after being sidelined for 17 months, Wilshere is eager to feature in more games next season and play a big role for the club.
“From a personal point of view it has been good season for me, especially after last year,” Wilshere told Arsenal’s official website.
“I played no games last year, so to get 33 under my belt this time was great and it puts me in good stead for next season as well.”
While Arsenal were eliminated from both the FA Cup and the League Cup by lower-league opposition, as well as losing to Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League, they secured a place in Europe’s premier club competition for next season.
Wilshere is keen to get back to his best and help Arsene Wenger’s secure a first trophy since 2005.
“Hopefully I can get more games under my belt, improve my form a bit more and get back to the level I know I can get to,” Wilshere continued.
“I had a good run of games after my injury, then I picked up another injury, which set me back a bit. But before that I was pleased with my form and how the team were playing.”