Arsenal‘s promising young midfielder Kris Olsson has admitted that he is not happy just playing in front of 500 people.
The Swede, who was signed by Arsenal in 2011 from IFK Norrkoping, has made just one senior appearance for the club.
And now he has admitted he is looking to leave.
As quoted on the Metro website, he said: “You do not want to play in front of 500 people against another u21 team.
“You want to have the motivation to play in front of people and at great venues where you fight for it.
“I can say I will not be left in the u21. But I have a contract with Arsenal and it is they who decide.
“They say I should stay, I cannot say much.
“Then I think of what’s best for me and we’ll meet halfway there, but I want first team football.
“There is quite a lot of interest. But, at the same time, I want to feel that I was not going to a club where I get minutes now and then but I know that I am going to a club where they believe in me.
“There are clubs you can go to that might not even have seen me before or that my agent has talked me in there. I want a club that is right for me and where I feel confident.
“I would like to remain in England, the Championship perhaps, I have come in to life here. But if it’s a good club in Holland, Italy or another country, I get to think about it too.”