Morgan Schneiderlin wants Champions League football

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Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has revealed that he wants to play Champions League football in the future. 

As reported by, the French ace - who enjoyed a fine season for the Saints - has insisted that his future depends on his club. 

Schneiderlin, who has been called up to France's provisional squad for the World Cup, has three years left on his current deal with the St Mary's outfit, and has attracted interest from some of the Premier League big-boys in recent time. 

FA Cup winners Arsenal have been linked with a move for the midfielder in recent time, but it remains to be seen as to whether Arsene Wenger and Co. step up their interest in the midfielder in the up coming market.

However, Schneiderlin has hinted at a possible move away from Southampton, as he told reporters: "For my progress and my visibility, it would be better to play for a club who play in the Champions League.

"I know there is a lot of speculation, but I still have three years on my contract, it does not depend on me. We'll see in the coming weeks."

Recent reports have suggested that Arsenal will hand Wenger a budget worth up to £100 million this summer.

And with Schneiderlin rated at around £12m, the Gunners could yet make a move for him before the start of the 2014/15 campaign. 

Arsenal fans: Do you want your club to sign Schneiderlin this summer? Have your say below! 

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