Rosicky inspired by United veterans

Tomas Rosicky feels there is plenty more to come from him next season as the veteran Czech midfielder looks to make up for lost time at Arsenal.

The 31-year-old has enjoyed a relative injury free-spell and in March agreed a contract extension, which coincided with his best form of the year.

Since signing from Borussia Dortmund in May 2006, a string of frustrating fitness issues hampered Rosicky's progress, and the former Sparta Prague man missed the entire 2008/09 season because of a hamstring tendon problem.

However, he hopes to build on a promising end to the current campaign, which has seen Arsenal find some consistency to force themselves back into the top four of the Barclays Premier League.

"I still believe I have plenty in me - we will see how it all goes, but right now I feel great and want to continue this way," Rosicky said in the official Arsenal magazine. "You know, my normal age is 31, but in football years I am 29 - I lost two years because of injury. I can say that I feel very well and I hope I have many years to come.

"You see players like Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes - what they are producing at their age for Manchester United is great and that's a real inspiration for me. Everything is possible, but of course it will depend on my health."