Arsenal star Hector Bellerin has revealed that he is very happy in the Premier League and has ruled out the possibility of an exit, according to reports from the Daily Star.
The 20-year-old completed his move from Barcelona’s youth academy La Masia at the age of just 16 and impressed when he was called up to the senior squad due to a number of injury concerns.
With Mathieu Debuchy, Calum Chambers, and Nacho Monreal all unavailable, manager Arsene Wenger called up the right-back to make his Champions League debut back in September of 2014.
After becoming the first-choice full back for the Gunners, Bellerin admitted that he is very happy at his decision to leave Spain back in 2011.
“It has paid off. I am very happy with the decision I made,” he told Revista de La Liga.
“It was hard, but I always say the train comes just once and you either take it or not.
“I’ve always said the reason I came to Arsenal is because I want to stay here and I am not thinking about going anywhere else.”
Following his form last term, Barca were even said to be keen on re-signing the defender, but based on his remarks, he is not likely to leave any time soon.
He featured in 20 league games last term, scoring two goals while providing one assists and only signed a long-term contract with the club back in July.