Mohamed Elneny wants to extend his contract with Arsenal

London: Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny has said he would like to extend his contract, even though the Egyptian player has only made 12 appearances in this season with his club. Elneny has entered Arsenal’s starting lineup in the last two Premier League games against Manchester United and Chelsea, and the Egyptian player has appeared in distinctive way and helped his team to achieve two wins. Elneny’s contract expires at the end of June, who arrived from Switzerland in Basel in 2016. “If Arsenal says we want you, I don’t think I’ll leave,” Elneny told the media locals. This has been my family for six years and I love this club”. He added: “I always like challenges and I always give 100 percent of my effort. I don’t decide who will play, but I keep working in training to show how good I am and even get pushed by him (coach Michael Arteta). “If I don’t play, I keep working until I get the chance.” Arsenal are fourth in championship with five rounds to go and next Sunday they will face West Ham United. (Reuters)