Joel Campbell has admitted that his future is unclear despite Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confirming that the Gunners loanee could still play a part at the club.
Campbell has been in excellent form for Greek side Olympiakos this season and scored in the first leg of their Champions League 16 tie against Manchester United at Karaiskakis Stadium.
His nine goals and 11 assists have also helped the Piraeus-based side retain their Greek Super League title, and Campbell says he now has a taste for success.
“For me personally and for my CV this means a lot”, Campbell told reporters after winning the Greek domestic league.
“I’m playing Champions League football and at 21-years-old this is very important because it is my first step in my career as a footballer. I hope to continue to win many more titles in this or any other group.”
“I don’t know what will happen [with Arsenal]. I have 2 years left on my contract with Arsenal they’ll decide what will happen.”
Gooner Talk understand that Arsenal are keen on bringing the Costa Rican international back to north London after the 2014 World Cup where he’s expected to take part in pre-season training with the rest of the first team.