Andrey Arshavin has admitted his performances for Arsenal have been 'average' since joining for £15million in 2009.
The attacking midfielder has scored 30 times in over a hundred appearances for the Gunners but has recently been consigned to the bench as the likes of Gervinho, Aaron Ramsey and Theo Walcott get the nod ahead of him.
And the Russia international playmaker has admitted his impact has been uninspiring in an honest assessment of his personal performance.
"Speaking honestly, I think my performances for Arsenal have been average," he told The Telegraph.
"I've done some good things, but I don't assess my game on goals or assists. I look at the whole picture.
"Normally when I'm on the pitch I take control of the game but I haven't really done that here.
"I'm an extra tool in the team rather than the main one, so it's been difficult."