Mesut Ozil has admitted to having a difficult and frustrating time at Arsenal, but hopes the results will improve for the club.
The former German national team player has completely failed at the mercy of the Emirates, and his name is not on their list of Premier League teams.
The midfielder’s latest appearance for the club – which could turn out to be his last – followed in West Ham’s 1-0 win on March 7th.
It has been speculated that Ozil could find his way out of the club in January, otherwise he will apparently start a free transfer next summer.
Although he was on the sidelines, Ozil was active on social media and held a question and answer session on Twitter on Wednesday night.
They asked him if he was happy at Arsenal, to which he was also he replied: “It is a very difficult time for everyone around the club – not just for me.
“The situation is frustrating for everyone.
“Of course I wish I could help the team right now, but until I have a chance I hope we get better results again very soon.”
“Hard time” refers to a win without a win on the home front that stretches until Nov. 1 and has seen Arsenal slide toward relegation spots.
The Gunners are in 15th place in the table, just four points above the drop zone.
West Brom boss Sam Allardyce said Wednesday that Arsenal are a relegation rival.
Gunners manager Mikel Arteta has given little hope that Ozil will return to the wing soon, but he has that opportunity in January when he can change his line-up in the Premier League.
Arteta is the third person to operate the artillery after the departure of Arsene Wenger.
The Frenchman brought Ozil to Arsenal from Real Madrid, and the 32-year-old described Wenger as his father.
“He really was a fantastic manager – yes,” Ozil said wrote. “And also as a father figure for me and many other players.
“I think a lot of people around Arsenal really miss him.”