Tottenham Hotspur were on the receiving end of a revenge goal last week when Nacer Chadli gave West Brom the lead against his former employers, in a match that eventually finished 1-1, but he still holds affection for the north London side.
Chadli left White Hart Lane in the summer in the search of more regular first-team football and he has impressed thoroughly with the Baggies thus far, scoring four goals in his last five games and becoming a key figure in Tony Pulis’ side.
“I think people think maybe it was like revenge but for me I came to West Brom to play and it is not really a revenge feeling about Spurs. Like I said, I am always happy to score.”
Chadli was then directly asked if he’d ever join Arsenal, to which he responded:
“No. When you play for one of the two you can’t switch, I think.”
The player was a divisive figure during his time at Spurs but his comments will see him held in higher regard by the supporters, although we can’t imagine Arsenal fans will be heartbroken at a potential transfer being off the cards.