Arsenal superstar Daniel Crowley has confirmed his interest in leaving the Emirates on a temporary basis, via the Express.
The defender is keen on going out on loan in order to gain first team experience that will enable him break into the Gunners first team.
Speaking to Arsenal Website, the midfielder said:
“I want to go out on loan to get more experience. I think it will benefit me in the future and will get me closer to the first team here at Arsenal.
“To be out on loan playing first-team football it is very different. It was a good experience – I learnt a lot about myself, a lot about the game and what it is like to be in a first-team environment. Hopefully I will get my chance soon – I just have to see when the boss wants me. I’m back at home with my friends and top players.”
The Gunners midfielder spent the beginning of the season at Barnsley and was recalled in October, although he had glowing review from Barnsley head coach
“I think Dan’s had a fantastic time here,” Johnson said.
“We’ve really enjoyed working with him. He’s the most talented 18-year-old I’ve ever seen. For me, I’m really appreciative to Arsenal. I have nothing but positive words for him as a lad and as a player.”
Crowley signed his first professional contract with the Gunners in 2014. He is yet to feature in a league games for the Gunners.