Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky is already looking to leave the Emirates this January with concerns over his playing time, Metro reports.
The Czech star has struggled to fit into manager Arsene Wenger’s first team plans in recent seasons despite signing a new two-year contract back in April.
And with the transfer window already closed, the 33-year-old is yet to start a game this season and is evidently considering his options in search of regular playing time.
“I’m naturally disappointed not to have been given a chance,” said Rosicky.
“We will see what the situation looks like in the coming weeks and months [before deciding to leave].
“The lack of match practice has been absolutely terrible and, naturally, it makes me very sorry that I haven’t been given a chance yet.
“We’ve not been playing well and I think I could have helped, but I’ve not been given a chance.”
Before extending his current contract, the former Borussia Dortmund ace was a subject of interest from teams in the MLS and Qatar, but was convinced by Wenger to stay at the Emirates.