The injured Tomas Rosicky has chosen to return to Arsenal in order to receive treatment, despite being out of contract.

The 35-year-old injured his thigh in the Czech Republic’s Euro 2016 match against Croatia, which ended 2-2, and has chosen Arsenal’s facilities to help him recover, according to the Daily Mail.

Czech Republic’s midfielder Tomas Rosicky leaves the stadium for a press conference in Tours on June 18, 2016, ahead of the Euro 2016 football tournament in Tours, Central France. (GUILLAUME SOUVANT/AFP/Getty Images)

Rosicky was left out of contract this summer but has clearly remained on good terms with the club considering we’ve allowed him to return. He did spend a decade in north London, after all, and although his playing days are probably coming to an end, it’s good to see him still trying his best to get back on the pitch.

Hopefully, our Little Mozart (because he will always be ‘our’ Little Mozart) can recover fully and find a club where he can play regular football while staying fit. At this point, the latter sounds like an impossible task considering his track record in later years but we can hope – he deserves it.