|Theo Walcott waves to the Arsenal fans lining the streets on the club's FA Cup victory parade on Sunday|
Theo Walcott refused to commit his future to Arsenal, despite scoring for the club in their FA Cup final victory. Walcott, who only has a year left on his Gunners contract, was asked about his future on the club's trophy parade following their victory over Aston Villa. But the England striker, who has scored four goals in his last two games playing as a central striker, was cautious about negotiations, insisting that it would 'take time' to reach a deal.
|Walcott spoke to Sky Sports News on the bus; he is out of contract next summer and no deal has been agreed|
'I'm sure things will get resolved,' he told Sky Sports News. 'I just want to enjoy today, and enjoy my football. It will take time.' However, Walcott did express a belief that this Arsenal squad can go on to win more silverware after their second consecutive FA Cup success. 'I have the belief in this team, the manager does. This has got to be a stepping stone to challenge for the title. That's the ultimate goal. We've got to do it for the fans.'
|Walcott (second left) stands alongside his team-mates at Wembley to lift the FA Cup trophy after a 4-0 win|