Jack Grealish says he is not sure if he has played his final home match for Aston Villa after helping his club pick up a an important win over Arsenal amid interest from Manchester United.
Grealish led the team to a 1-0 win over Arsenal on Tuesday, moving them above Watford and out of the relegation zone.
The only goal of the game was scored by Trezeguet, following an Aston Villa corner to get the much needed three points that could be key to their Premier League survival.
But the midfielder’s future appears to be in huge doubt as Grealish admitted he’s not sure about his future at Villa.
“I’m not too sure at the moment,” Grealish told Sky Sports after the victory over Arsenal. “I have one aim and that’s to keep this club in the Premier League.
“This whole club, this whole stadium and fanbase knows where we belong. That’s all I’m thinking about at the moment, keeping this club in the Premier League. Hopefully we can do that on Sunday.”
Grealish is yet to provid a goal or assist since the League’s restart, but believes he was back to somewhere near his best against Arteta’s side.
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“It would mean everything to me [to keep Villa up],” Grealish said. “I think since we’ve been back, I probably haven’t been as effective as I was before.
“Truthfully, I haven’t felt as fit as I did before the break, but that’s no excuse. I just need to do what I know I can do.
“I’ve probably done it today. I was probably unlucky not to get an assist in the end.”
The victory ensured that Asto Villa are now out of the relegation zone for the first time since February as they currently sit ahead of Watford on goal difference.