Mathieu Flamini believes Arsenal will reward him with a new contract when the season ends.
The French midfielder is set to become a free agent this summer when his current contract expires.
However, the experienced midfielder, who turns 32 next month is confident that his recent performances will earn him a new deal with the Gunners, as reported by the Football Insider, that Flamini’s recent displays will be enough to get him a new deal from the Arsenal board.
With both Tomas Rosicky and Mikel Arteta set to leave this summer, a midfield takeover is expected.
The Frenchman has started 19 matches for Arsenal this season and has become a regular alongside Aaron Ramsey after injuries meant the likes of Santi Cazorla, Francis Coquelin, and Jack Wilshere were unavailable.
This is Flamini’s second spell at Arsenal, after leaving for AC Milan and coming back for free, spending a total of seven years wearing the red and white shirt.