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Sport Wilshere and Walcott happy to give Wenger "a headache"

02:40  08 december  2017
02:40  08 december  2017 Source:   readsport.co

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Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott are determined to prove their worth to Arsene Wenger after impressing in the Europa League, and they hope to win more regular first-team football We’re happy to go into the next round. All we can do when we get our opportunity is give the manager a headache .

It was Wilshere 's first goal for the Gunners in 928 days and another fine showing amid Wenger 's second string selections as the Europa League group "The boss told us to enjoy ourselves," Walcott told BT Sport. We are doing our best to give the manager a headache to pick us for the team.

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Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott are determined to prove their worth to Arsene Wenger after impressing in the Europa League, and they hope to win more regular first-team football by providing their manager with a selection headache.

Walcott led the team out as captain, scoring once and assisting three, before being substituted, when Wilshere took the armband. Wilshere himself netted once before setting up Mohamed Elneny’s late strike.

It was the first goal Wilshere had scored for the Gunners in 928 days, and his overall performance will have given Wenger more to think ahead of the busy festive period.

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Wilshere and Walcott happy to give Wenger ' a headache '. Danny Welbeck, Theo Walcott , Jack Wilshere , Olivier Giroud ran riot in advanced areas, the latter three getting on the scoresheet alongside Mathieu Debuchy and Mohamed Elneny.

Talking to BT Sport, Walcott said;

“The boss told us to enjoy ourselves. We played with a lot of freedom. Defensively we were solid. Obviously, it’s nice to get all these goals.”

“ There is plenty of competition when you play for Arsenal. We are doing our best to give the manager a headache to pick us for the team. We were very professional tonight. We will see in time what’s going to happen.”

Wilshere added;

“It’s a bit of a relief [that I scored]. It’s one of those games – it didn’t mean anything because we had topped the group.”

“It’s one of those games you need to be in the right mind – we enjoyed it. We’re happy to go into the next round. All we can do when we get our opportunity is give the manager a headache.”

Reminder of Wilshere’s quality .
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