Simpson sees future at Arsenal

21 February 2009 12:53
Jay Simpson is hopeful his loan spell at West Bromwich Albion will provide him with the experience to make an impact at Arsenal on his return.[LNB] Striker Simpson is on loan at the Baggies until the end of the campaign, and has so far netted two goals for the club.[LNB]The 20-year-old is fully focused on ensuring West Brom avoid relegation, but sees his time in the Midlands as an ideal stepping stone to becoming a senior member of the first-team at Arsenal.[LNB]Simpson said in the Daily Mirror: "I want to help keep Albion up and then go back to Arsenal.[LNB]"I think it is about time the English players came through and I think the Arsenal fans want it as well.[LNB]"There are a lot of talented English youngsters at Arsenal and if you are good enough you are going to play.[LNB]"Hopefully we can make the grade and for me personally it has gone really well at West Brom. I believe I can contribute a lot to keep us up and I am enjoying it.[LNB]"I think at Arsenal in a way you are pampered but when you go out on loan it is the real world. My loan spell last year helped me grow up into a man."[LNB]

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