Bournemouth midfielder Wilshere: England players must ignore boo-boys
Nov 09 2016 by Marjorie Miles
"If I go back and I'm still not playing then of course I will have to think about things but at the moment I'm concentrating on Bournemouth.
I wasn't going to play at Arsenal, he wasn't going to play for City, b ut it says a lot about our characters", Wilshere told the Evening Standard.
"There's definitely more pressure playing for England than your club because everyone is watching and the way the football world has gone, with social media, everyone has their opinion", said Wilshere.
The 24-year-old is keen to establish himself at his boyhood club after his loan spell, but admits that playing "week in - week out" is his main priority and he will consider his options should that not be possible with the Gunners once he returns next summer. "I wanted to be an important player for the team and play week in, week out - from the start - and I just got the feeling I needed a change if I was to experience that". I wanted to feel that again and nearly fall back in love with the game. "I am in a good place and hopefully we can continue that now". "If I go back and I'm not going to be playing, then, of course, I have to think about things", the England global explained. But who knows what the future holds? The midfielder is now on a season-long loan to Bournemouth as he looks to gain regular game time and build his fitness.
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Wilshere has been lucky to not suffer any serious setbacks during his season-long stay at Bournemouth thus far, especially after he missed 47 matches of Arsenal's 2015-16 campaign with a fracture, per Transfermarkt. At the moment I am just trying to have a season where it puts me in a good position at the end of the year, that I have improved as a player and Arsenal want me back.
"It was a tough decision for me to go out on loan", Wilshere added. I've been injured for too long and I want to prove to people (my ability).
"We've got to make that atmosphere at Wembley as well because it's a big game and the fans are normally great at Wembley and I'm sure they're going to be up for this one because in the group it's the biggest game".