I'm still improving insists Fabregas
November 24, 2006 7:07pm CST
AFP November 24, 2006 LONDON (AFP) - Arsenal's teenaged midfielder Cesc Fabregas has made a major impact since his arrival in the Premiership three seasons ago but he insists there's still plenty of improvement to come. The 19-year-old Spaniard, who has recently penned a new eight-year deal with the Gunners, said Friday: "I am still very young and I have to improve. "I am working in the gym, doing extra things because it is impossible to be perfect. I would like to improve my passing in the final third and make more assists." After leaving Spain to come to Arsenal in July 2003, Fabregas is now comfortably settled into London life. Despite interest from foreign sides, including former club Barcelona and Real Madrid, Fabregas insists there has only ever been one team for him. He told his club's official website: "I finally found the stability; living in England and playing for a big club. "I am playing lots of games and I want to keep enjoying the game for the team - that is why I had to take this contract because I am really happy at this moment and because the boss is really confident in me as well." The Gunners are lying fourth in the Premiership, 12 points behind leaders Manchester United but with a game in hand. They face Bolton on Saturday before United host second-placed Chelsea on Sunday. Fabregas added: "It is a big weekend for us, especially if we can get three points in a difficult stadium. "This year we are physically much stronger, we are playing so well and I think we can do something. "We need to be ready from the first minute, have to do our best and score first - even if that is in the last minute."