Arsenal star Wojciech Szczesny has revealed that he is keen to make a return to the Emirates following his current loan spell with Roma, Goal.com reports.
The 25-year-old goalkeeper eventually decided to leave the club following the arrival of Petr Cech from Chelsea as he knew his place was under jeopardy.
Ahead of his loan exit, the Poland international was considered the third choice selection behind both Cech and David Ospina after picking up a number of disciplinary warnings.
Szczesny was dropped for a number of games after being caught smoking multiple times despite warnings from manager Arsene Wenger over his attitude.
He still has about nine months left on his current deal with the Serie A giants as he admits he is dreaming of a return even though his future with the Gunners is still in doubt.
“If a year ago someone had told me that I would go to Rome I would have thought it was impossible,” he said.
“I saw Arsenal as my whole life and I do not hide that is still my dream [to return].
“I do not know what will happen, nine months is a long time in football, things can change from week to week.”
The keeper has so far featured in eight out of a possible 11 Serie A matches and also played in all three Champions League fixtures for his side this term.