Flamini happy at Highbury
By Patrick Haond
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini believes he is finally settled into the club.Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini believes he is finally settled into the club.
The Frenchman joined Arsenal in controversial circumstances last summer with Marseille claiming he had verbally agreed a deal to stay with them.
Marseille asked the Court of Arbitration for Sport to intervene and examine the case after Fifa ruled the move to be legal.
Flamini insists he has not been unsettled by all the trouble over his move and he feels he is beginning to prove himself at Highbury.
"It is true, I am living better and better in that team," Flamini told France Football.
"The club helped me a lot, and I can also feel the trust on the pitch.
"I have more and more fun with that team.
"I don't think about Marseille. Some people are working on that case.
"Honestly I just used the rules, so I can't see why there should be any trouble."
Flamini is happy with his role at Highbury and insists he will not rock the boat by demanding a regular place in the starting line-up.
"I don't ask myself too many questions about being a substitute or not.
"The fact to play or not has no impact on my way to work and how to live things.
"If I play it is very good, if I don't, there is no trouble. I am at Arsene Wenger's disposal."