The Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere has said that he will certainly repay the faith of the manager Arsene Wenger, who has always regarded the 20-year-old to be the greatest prospect for England. Wilshere came through the ranks at Arsenal, thus becoming one of the few English players to do so in recent years. The 20-year-old recently signed a five-year contract with the club, despite only recently returning from a long-term injury that kept him out for almost 15 months. The Arsenal manager Wenger has repeatedly stated that he has lot of faith in Wilshere, while he expects him to become one of the best in the world.

Wilshere has revealed that Wenger has always his faith in him. He made his debut for the club as an 18-year-old and has been one of the prominent players in recent seasons. The departure of players like Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri has helped him hugely, but he still has a long way to go according to the midfielder. Wilshere has also said that there needs to be a lot of unity between the players at Arsenal if they are to overcome the trophy drought that the club has been experiencing since 2005. Wilshere has also committed that the club’s transfer policy has changed in recent seasons.

“The manager has always been there for me. He showed faith in me when I was 18, and he stuck with me throughout the whole time I was injured. He knew the only thing that would get me better is games and he stood by me. I need to thank him for that, and yes, he was a big part of why I signed. This is my home, my family are 20 minutes away from the training ground, and my friends are all around here,” said Wilshere.