Technically gifted midfielder Tomas Rosicky iss upset with the lack of action he’s seen for Arsenal in recent weeks.
Rosicky was a regular for manager Arsene Wenger last season but has found himself out of favour with just one start.
Now he has declared his unhappiness at the club.
As quoted on the Times, he said: “The coach is trying to find a system that best suits the players, and vice versa.
“I’m not in this alone – there are other players in a similar boat. When we do get a chance, it’s harder for us to get into our rhythm.
“So far, this season has been disappointing for us. We haven’t played well, and when I’ve played I’ve not been at the forefront of things.”
Rosicky added: “I understand that I am 34 years old and that it probably plays a role, whether I like it or not. That’s without a doubt.
“However, I’m not in physical decline. When I played for the national team against Netherlands, I ran 12 kilometres and according to the tests at Arsenal I’m in the top five in terms of speed.”