Theo Walcott demands medals this season as Arsenal winger is sick of losing

09 March 2010 10:08
Theo Walcott may be still a few days short of his 21st birthday but the Arsenal and England winger has already had more than enough experience of losing.

The Gunners, without a trophy since the 2005 FA Cup triumph, are chasing a Premier League and Champions League double this season and Walcott is desperate to break his duck and finally get his hands on some silverware.

Walcott, in contention for a place in Fabio Capello's World Cup squad, told the Daily Telegraph. 'You want to be remembered for trophies. I've never won anything. Nothing.

Final fling: Walcott is on a mission to take home a winner's medal

'I remember losing in a youth cup final with Southampton, I've lost the Under 21 final, lost the Carling Cup.

'I've got plenty of experience of the pain of losing. It makes you stronger for next time. And it would be nice if that next time was this year.' 

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