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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere clearly isn't enjoying his time on the sidelines.
The 25-year-old spent last season on loan at Eddie Howe's Bournemouth in a bid to get a run of games and improve his fitness.
However, Wilshere's season at the Vitality Stadium didn't go as well as he would have hoped.
The England international made 29 appearances during his loan spell, however, he struggled for any end product as his season ended with another serious injury.
Wilshere's time at Bournemouth came to a premature end in April after he was sidelined with another injury. Images: PA
Wilshere has since returned to north London and looks set to play some part for Arsene Wenger's side this campaign after a loan move to Birmingham fell through on deadline day.
Not that he's pleased with his current role since he's returned to full fitness, a feeling he made perfectly clear as ex-Cherries team-mate Tyrone Mings launched his football academy on Instagram.
Mings posted the following message to his followers:
And Wilshere couldn't help but leave a cheeky comment on the post, asking if the academy would accept him as he "can't get a game" and is "fully fit":
It's difficult to tell how serious Wilshere's comment was, or whether it was a personal joke between the two during his time at Bournemouth.
One thing is for sure, with Wenger failing to bring in any reinforcements in midfield, Wilshere could be back in the line-up sooner rather than later.
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