Bukayo Saka has dropped his latest hint he is prepared to sign a new contract to keep him at Arsenal.
The 18-year-old has emerged as arguably Arsenal's most promising youth star this season in an impressive breakthrough campaign.
His performances down The Gunners' left flank has even attracted interest from Premier League leaders Liverpool.
Arsenal are keen to tie Saka down to a new deal to ward off their rivals, as the youngsters current contract is due to expire next year.
And his latest post on social media suggests he's ready to commit to his boyhood club for the foreseeable future.
Saka posted a picture of him in an Arsenal kit as a child to his Instagram account, captioned: "Kid with a dream..."
Former Arsenal youth star Charlie Gilmour reacted to the post, urging his old teammate to put pen to paper.
It was reported last month that talks between Saka and Arsenal had hit a lull, with no discussions taking place since February.
But it seems the ball may be moving again on tying the England youth star down.
Saka only signed professional terms with Arsenal once he turned 17, and is believed to be on a £7,000-per-week deal at present.
Given the youngster's standout form, he is expected to be offered a considerable pay rise.
He has already contributed eight assists this season, as well as three goals, while largely deputising at left-back for injured duo Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac.
Liverpool were not the only ones interested, with Man Utd, Borussia Dortmund and Barcelona all thought to be keeping track of Saka's progress.
But boss Mikel Arteta has always been confident of persuading the player to stay at the Emirates.
Arteta said earlier in the season: "The club is doing what it has to do and is having conversations. We'll get it resolved."
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