Arsenal midfielder, Granit Xhaka is still hopeful of being named by Unai Emery as the club's new captain.
With incumbent Laurent Koscielny looking to force a move away from the club, Emery is looking for a new man to wear the armband.
Xhaka's next appearance in the Premier League will be his 100th for Arsenal. With over 300 appearances in his club career to date and eight years of international football under his belt, he is an experienced player although still just 26.
"Nobody has spoken about the captain's armband.
"The coach hasn't decided but if I have the armband, of course I will be happy. It's something special but in the end we have to all be captains on and off the pitch because we need everyone," Xhaka told Arsenal Player.