MARK Schwarzer insists he has no regrets not joining Arsenal – and has set his sights on a new deal at Fulham.
The Australian keeper was heavily linked with a move to the Gunners last year, but was priced out of a switch to the Emirates.
Schwarzer went on to sign a new deal at Craven Cottage, but that is due to expire at the end of the campaign.
However, the 39-year-old is hopeful of triggering the option in the contract that would extend his stay in SW6 for another season.
Schwarzer, who will have a chance to show Arsenal what they're missing in tomorrow's clash in north London, told the Chronicle: “You can never harbour any regrets. What was done was done and you move on.
“The minute I signed a new deal at Fulham the whole situation was dealt with, otherwise I wouldn't have re-signed.
“I'm more than happy where I am and I've said from the day I arrived at Fulham that I love playing here. It's been a great time in my career.
“Who knows [if I will finish my career here] That would be great but you never say never.”
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