Arsenal could be set to lose another of their senior players, with Bacary Sagna reportedly unhappy with the terms of the contract extension he has been offered.
The French international has been offered only a one-year extension to his current deal with the Gunners, which would keep him at the club until the end of the 2014/15 season.
The 29-year-old France right-back believes it is time for Arsenal to start
delivering on the pitch.
"We just need to be wiser," he said. "We have had the opportunity to win games, and for some reason we don't.
"We need to work on it. We need to stay focused on the pitch and we need to work harder during training sessions. If we do that everything will be fine. I don't worry about it.
"Everyone is good in the Premier League. Everyone can beat everyone. The top teams are the most consistent ones.
"They just go game by game and want to take points. We have to step up and show the opposition who is on top. We've made some mistakes in the past and now we want to impose ourselves on our season."
Sagna insisted he is content with life at Arsenal after seeing his career stall following two broken legs in the last year.
"I'm very happy. I'm very happy to be back to football and to play for Arsenal and I'm looking forward to playing more games this season because I've been injured lately," he said.
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