Jack Wilshere open to joining a club 'wherever' – but former Arsenal star could never join bitter rivals Tottenham

JACK WILSHERE has said he will 'play wherever' as he tries to find a new club – except Tottenham.

The 28-year-old left West Ham this summer after failing to impress during his time at the London Stadium.

He has been linked with a move to Rangers, while appearing to not rule out playing in LaLiga or even the MLS in America.

But one team you won't see the former Arsenal star turning out for is their bitter rivals Spurs.

Speaking on the Super 6 Podcast, Wilshere said: "I love [Jose] Mourinho, I think he's an unbelievable coach. But I couldn't do it.

"They wouldn't have me!… But I don't think I could do it.

"It's not as if Arsenal got rid of me and kicked me out and there is bad feeling.

"They offered me a deal and I wanted to try something else. I'm an Arsenal man."

Wilshere has recently claimed he would be 'silly' to join another club like West Ham.

He revealed it was a mistake to sign for Hammers due to the style of football they play.

And despite years of dealing with niggling injuries, Wilshere remains optimistic of the future and his next move.

The 34-cap England international added: "It is important to find a club where I am going to play, be an important player and be happy. I don't want to rush into anything.

"It has to be the right team in the right country.am open to Europe or wherever.

"People forget I am 28. Everyone thinks I am 30 or 31, probably because I started when I was 16.

"That is 12 years ago, which is a long time in football."

Wilshere's injury woes limited him to 197 appearances for Arsenal after coming through the academy and then features just 19 times for West Ham across two seasons.

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