Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski has taken to Instagram to thank Gunners fans for their continued support during what has been a difficult time for him in north London.
The Germany international is yet to start a single Premier League game this season, having been continually overlooked by Arsene Wenger.
Podolski almost registered his first league goal as a second half substitute against Burnley on Saturday, only to be denied by the woodwork towards the end of the 3-0 win.
Recent speculation has suggested that the 29-year-old could leave the Emirates in search of regular football in January, but judging by the £100,000-a-week star's latest post he is focused only on improving his fortunes with Arsenal.
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Liverpool made a bigger bid for Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez this summer, but the Chile international made clear to Barcelona his preference to move to the Emirates Stadium. (Sport)
Arsene Wenger and Brendan Rodgers both approached the Spanish giants about signing Sanchez, with the Anfield offer €4 million more than what was tabled by the Gunners. However, the 25-year-old was only interested in a transfer to north London.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is thrilled to see Theo Walcott back in action for Arsenal, after he made his first appearance for ten months since suffering a cruciate ligament injury against Tottenham. (Daily Mail)
The fit-again winger replaced Oxlade-Chamberlain in the 80th minute of Saturday's 3-0 victory over Burnley, as he continues to step up his recovery from a long-term absence.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is set to miss Tuesday's Champions League clash against Anderlecht after sitting out of training on Monday. (Daily Star)
The England international missed Saturday's 3-0 win over Burnley at the Emirates with a knee injury, and also sat out the 2-0 win at Sunderland the week before.
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry proved there's still plenty of skill left in his 37-year-old legs after contributing two sensational assists as the New York Red Bulls ran out 2-0 winners against DC United in the MLS on Sunday. (Yahoo Sports)
The Frenchman produced a stunning back-heel to set up striker partner Bradley Wright-Phillips in the first half, before adding a long, lofted half-way line pass after the interval to wrap up the victory at the Red Bull Arena.