The veteran defender, 35, returned to the north London club on a short-term contract in January following his bizarre one-game spell at League Two Notts County.
Although his return was initially viewed as a temporary solution to finding him a new club for next season, Campbell has impressed at the heart of Arsenal's injured ravaged defence in recent weeks and is keen to stay on at the Emirates.
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Defeats to Spurs and Wigan last week appeared to end Arsenal's title ambitions and subsequently cast doubts of boss Wenger opening talks with the one-time England international.
'I really don't know what's going to happen,' said Campbel'.
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'Of course I want to play! But the boss has always done it as he does. He might phone me in July, might speak to me next week,.
'I'm just going to concentrate on the last few games. He will do it in his own way, as he always does.'
Campbell is confident that the club's experience of missing out on a trophy for a fifth successive season should inspire them to glory next year, if they take the positives.
'When you get close, you get that experience of coming close and losing,or coming close and winning to get to the next level,' he added.
'Players and individuals will be better next year or the year after. You have to take the positives.
'We need to be mentally ready for it to kick on again and you want 11 guys on the pitch, players on the bench, a few in the stands and all of them on that level.'
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