Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola
Wales international midfielder, Aaron Ramsey has revealed that he still got so much more in him to offer following career resurrection with Ligue 1 side Nice.
Despite his initial struggles after his arrival, the Welshman has been a key figure in caretaker manager Didier Digard’s well tutored side as they maintain their perfect unbeaten record in 2023.
The former Arsenal man who moved to the Ligue 1 side last summer after having his contract terminated by Juventus said that he has a lot to give in a Nice shirt but has remained tight-lipped about his future beyond the end of the season.
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Digard, who enjoyed a brief spell at Middlesbrough as a player, was placed in charge in January following the sacking of Lucian Farve and Nice are yet to lose a game since his appointment.
Ramsey has played in all seven of Digard’s games as boss, but the 32-year-old believes there is still more to come from him in this team.
Speaking at a press conference on Friday and culled from Dailymail UK Ramsey said; “I think you can always improve as a player and I’ll always try to work on weaknesses in my game.”
“At the moment I feel confident and I think that I’m playing well, but that there is still more to come. I’d like to score a few more goals at the moment.”
“Naturally, I always want to improve somewhere and hit new heights. There will come a stage where the progression won’t be as easy, but as long as I’m feeling good, feeling fit, feeling healthy and realizing what I’m capable of doing, then I’ll be trying to do that.”
Ramsey has played 23 times for the French side this season, scoring one goal, and this recent run of good form has seen the club move up to eighth place in the Ligue 1 table.
There is now questions on whether the Welsh star will sign a new deal with the club, with his contract set to expire in the summer. However, Ramsey refused to give anything away when asked about a prolonged stay on the Riviera.
“I think right now it’s just important to focus on the next match, which is Monaco and just take each game as it comes.” He added.
“I think that’s been the way we’ve approached things over the past few weeks and we’ve got some really good results from that so it’s important to build on that and keep progressing as a team and see where that takes us.”
“There is still a long way to go this season, there’s still a lot to play for, and we’ll be doing our best to try and finish off the season as strongly as possible, and progress as far as we can in Europe and see where we can go from there.”
Nice hope to continue their undefeated streak when they travel to Monaco tomorrow, and also have an upcoming clash with Shariff in the last 16 of the Europa Conference League.
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