Wenger remains confident that Wilshere will sign long term deal

Arsene Wenger is confident Arsenal will be able to tie down Jack Wilshere to a new "long-term" contract.

The midfielder is yet to agree to an extension to his deal, which expires at the end of this season, and has been linked with the likes of Liverpool, Everton, Manchester City and Wolves.

Wenger admits he is unsure about Wilshere's intentions but he hopes he will agree to the new offer before England begin their World Cup preparations.

"I cannot give you any news because I don't know what's really in his mind," the Gunners boss told a news conference. "He has not signed, he has an offer, we want him to stay.

"He has an offer on a long-term contract. I hope, at some stage, he'll sign it. I am always confident. You want the players to stay and be paid well and I think everyone would agree we pay our players well.

"He has the freedom to make that decision. He knows that I want him to stay. I think he will make the decision before the end of the season. He will not want to go to the World Cup and not have settled his situation."

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