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Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina has revealed it is difficult not being part of the first team.
The goalkeeper who has featured sparingly for the Gunners this season has admitted that he is finding it difficult on the sidelines.
The Colombian international was handed a rare start against Hull City yesterday in what was his second appearance since his poor display in the 3-2 defeat to Olympiakos in September.
The goalkeeper was linked with a move to Besiktas last month but Wenger insisted he wanted the goalkeeper to remain at the club; but Standard Sport has now revealed that the player is considering leaving the club in the summer transfer window.
“It’s hard, because as a player, you always want to play,” he said.
“If you don’t play you have to give your best in training and make sure you train to the highest possible level in order to ensure that you are ready whenever the manager calls on you.”
The goalkeeper who kept a clean sheet against Hull City in the FA Cup also talked up the importance of playing in the competition and promises to give his best.
He added: “It’s very important for me to play in the FA Cup. Whenever I play, I want to give my sincere best.
“I’m always looking forward to playing my next game and I want to make a huge contribution to this club in this competition.”
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