By Chris Harris
Arsène Wenger thinks Sol Campbell can still be a force in the Premier League - but the Arsenal manager is staying tight-lipped over the prospect of re-signing the former Gunner.
Campbell has been training at London Colney since his short-lived spell at Notts County came to an end earlier this season. The 35-year-old defender is looking for a new club and reports have suggested that Campbell will rejoin Arsenal if Philippe Senderos leaves Emirates Stadium.
That scenario was put to Wenger at his pre-match press conference but the Frenchman refused to be drawn on the matter. He played down rumours of an imminent departure for Senderos and played his cards close to his chest over Campbell.
"Philippe Senderos is not available at the moment, as he is injured," said Wenger.

"He is free at the end of the season, but at the moment, he is an Arsenal player.
"Campbell trains very hard. Could he play in the Premier League? Why not?
"The speculation goes well at the moment. We have a level of interest for every good player. But do not worry, if we sign somebody, I promise you [the media] will be the first to know."

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8 Jan 2010