Ramsey ‘feeling good’ as Arsenal bid to end season on a high
Aaron Ramsey admits he is thrilled to be back in action for Arsenal after his spell on the sidelines
Aaron Ramsey has admitted his delight at returning to action for Arsenal after his “frustrating” spell on the sidelines.
The 23-year-old Wales international missed four months of the season with a thigh injury but has been one of the Gunners’ standout performers since returning to action in April.
And the Wales midfielder, who scored Arsenal’s opener in the 3-0 win at Hull last month, is determined to help the Gunners end the season on a positive note.
Our target was to win every game and get fourth and we’re closer to doing that now
“I’ve felt good since I came back,” Ramsey told Arsenal’s matchday programme.
“It was really frustrating being out, missing so many games and it took longer getting back to fitness than I’d have liked. But it’s great to be back.
“It was really pleasing for me [to score] up at Hull. Hopefully I can get one or two more before the end of the season.”
Ramsey continued: “Our target was to win every game and get fourth and we’re closer to doing that now.
“With Everton dropping points against Southampton it was important for us to get the win and we managed to do that.
“Getting into the Champions League is really important – that’s where us players want to be, testing ourselves against the best.”