Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will make his 100th Arsenal appearance if he features against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday night.
The England forward will bring up the milestone just over three years after his debut against Manchester United at Old Trafford in August 2011.
"That would be really nice, I didn't know about that," Alex says in tonight's matchday programme. "When I came to the club my target was to play as much as I can, and be a successful part of the club and become part of history here.
"To play 100 games is a really nice milestone, but hopefully there is a lot more to come as well"
"To play 100 games is a really nice milestone, but hopefully there is a lot more to come as well."
The 21-year-old is the only player to feature in every game so far this season, and he's chipped in with a couple of crucial goals too - both at the Emirates - to bring his overall tally to 11 from his 99 games.
"One thing I do need to achieve soon is to score an away goal," he adds. "It's a strange one, but all my goals have been at the Emirates so far. Maybe I just feel too much at home here!
"I have had chances away, and hit the bar and things. Sometimes you just can't put your finger on it, all I need to do is keeping getting in the [right] positions. It is something I need to get off my back sooner rather than later though!"
You can read more from Alex in tonight's matchday programme, which is also available in digital format via the iTunes store.
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