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Ramsey eyes Wilshere partnership

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Aaron Ramsey says he could strike up a successful partnership with Jack Wilshere at Arsenal.

The young duo have enjoyed limited playing time together in their Arsenal careers so far but are widely regarded as a future midfielder pairing for the Gunners.

Ramsey was making great strides in the Arsenal first team before being struck down with a horrific broken leg - which allowed his 19-year-old teammate to cement himself in Arsene Wenger's starting line up.

However, 20-year-old Ramsey believes he can force his way into contention now he is fighting fit once more, and maintains the belief he will flourish alongside Wilshere.




 

“When I was playing Jack was on loan at Bolton, and then obviously when I had my injury Jack has been playing this season, so we haven’t had many opportunities to play together,” said Ramsey.

“Hopefully we’ll have that opportunity in the near future and I’m sure we could do well together.

“The fans have been tremendous all the way through, and helped me get through it. Now I want to give something back to them and put in some good performances, and win the league at the end of the season.

“I want to become a regular in the Arsenal first team, I want to win trophies, qualify for something with Wales and obviously become a great midfield player."

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