Arsenal hero Jack Wilshere reveals he's 'fit, ready and available for offers but NOT Tottenham' as he looks for transfer

JACK WILSHERE has starred in Paddy Power's new spoof video where he stated he is ready to sign for any club… except for Tottenham.

The Arsenal cult hero, who has been training at London Colney to maintain his fitness, is a free agent having been released by Bournemouth at the end of last season.

And the 30-year-old has now teamed up with bookmakers Paddy Power where he featured in a plea video for a team to secure his services.

In the hilarious video, Wilshere can be seen sitting at a table while two marketing executives kick-off their presentation by presenting their 'Retirement plans for Jack Wilshere'.

But the ex-West Ham midfielder quickly reminded the duo that he is yet to hang up his boots, with the pair then skipping a slide which included an I'm A Celebrity appearance.

Wilshere was then given a 'digital strategy' to get himself back into football, which included strapping a GoPro to his head to stay relevant like 38-year-old Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster.

He was then tasked with channelling his inner Bruno Fernandes to write the perfect apology message.

To which he said: "Sorry I forgot to take the bins out this week. Wasn't good enough, and not what the house deserves."

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Before adding: "We go again next week."

After eating a sandwich to symbolise his 'hunger' to find a new club, Wilshere finally snapped as he declared he wants to keep things simple.

He remarked: "Jack Wilshere. Fit, ready and available for offers."

The two-time FA Cup winner continued: "Just not from Tottenham."

Wilshere has reportedly been given a chance to get back into the game by Brazilian outfit Fortaleza ahead of their Copa Libertadores debut.

Meanwhile Wilshere's ex-Arsenal team-mate Emmanuel Frimpong backed the England international to return to the Emirates on a short-term deal.

He told SunSport: "Obviously, Jack is very close to Mikel [Arteta], but it’s going to be a big ask for Jack as he's not played all season. To come straight back into the Arsenal team, that’s a lot of pressure.

"People will be looking at him, expecting him to deliver and I don't think it's fair to put that much pressure on anyone, no matter how good a player Jack is.

"I'm not at the training ground but I’d expect him to be impressing in training – he’s still one of the most technically gifted and he's as good as any midfield player within the current Arsenal squad.

"The only problem is him staying fit and injury free. 

"Bringing him in would be a smart move as he has so much to give to the younger players in terms of knowledge and experience."

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