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Walcott wants to extend Arsenal deal: 'I'm sure it won't be long'

Theo Walcott is happy to wait on a new Arsenal deal.

Arsenal forward Theo Walcott is keen to extend his stay with the Gunners, but is taking a relaxed view to contract negotiations.

The 26-year-old, who last penned a three-and-a-half-year deal 18 months ago, is planning to just focus on his football and getting a full preseason under his belt.

"My agent has talked to the club, I enjoy playing for this club so I am just letting them crack on with things and I'll continue playing football,'' Walcott told several national newspapers.

"We'll just play the waiting game and see what happens but I'm sure it won't be long. This squad, for me, is one of the best I've been involved in. I want to be part of that.''

When asked if he would be happy to let any talks carry on beyond the start of the new campaign, he said: "Definitely. It's not in my thought process at all. You don't want to dwell on it, you want to play well and if it happens it happens.

"I won't let that delay the way I'm going to be playing this season. I can't let that affect me, I want to do well for this club.''

Walcott was speaking after he scored the opening goal in Arsenal's impressive 3-1 win over Everton to clinch the Barclays Asia Trophy in Singapore on Saturday.

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