ARSENAL wonderkid Tyreece John-Jules has pleaded with the club to end his "draining" loan odyssey as he wants to "settle down".
John-Jules, 22, has been with the Gunners since the tender age of eight years old but has never broken into the senior squad.
The striker has instead been sent out on loan five times in the last three years as he has played for Lincoln City, Doncaster Rovers, Blackpool, Sheffield Wednesday and now Ipswich.
The England Under-21 international has only one year left in his contract with the North Londoners and has pleaded with them to either give him a chance or let him try his luck elsewhere.
The Ipswich ace is "all ears" regarding a potential offer from Arsenal or another club as he appears tired of constantly moving around the country on loan.
John-Jules told The Beautiful Game: "I've got one year left on my contract at Arsenal.
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"I've had five loans now and each one feels like you're getting further from the first team.
"That said, my boy [Folarin] Balogun is ripping it up on loan at the moment [at Reims] and I'd say he's getting closer.
"I guess everyone has their own path. Right now I'm just trying to get back fit for the start of pre-season.
"Talks will have to happen at some point – whether I stay, go out on loan or leave on a permanent.
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"I just want to settle somewhere, whether that’s signing a new contract with Arsenal or going somewhere else on a permanent.
"I think it’s time to settle down and just focus and chill instead of hopping from loan to loan. It’s difficult and it’s draining travelling to all these places.
"Settling and focusing on one team would be ideal, whether that’s Arsenal or somewhere else.
"I'm all ears. I want to hear every side and I will pick the best option for me."
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