Sol Campbell begs Arsene Wenger to keep him at Arsenal

13 May 2010 10:33
Sol Campbell insists he has two years left at the top - and he wants to spend them at Arsenal.

The out of contract defender is set to discuss his future with Gunner boss Arsene Wenger within the next two weeks and he is confident he can convince the Frenchman to let him stay at the club for the rest of his career - until he is 37.

Campbell, who encountered a checkered season via a one-game stint at League Two Notts County to Champions League football upon his return to the Emirates, could be looking for a new club if Wenger decides not to extend his short-term deal.

Let me stay: Campbell believes he has two years left at the top - and he wants to spend them at Arsenal

But he is determined to stay and even vowed to end the club's five-year wait for silverware if he does.

'I fancy staying, of course I do,' he told the club's official website.

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Source: Daily_Mail