Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny says he requires treatment on an Achilles injury every day and will do so until "the end of my career".
The 31-year-old will miss the Premier League visit of relegated Sunderland on Tuesday night, due to a minor calf problem but should be fit for the final league game of the campaign at home to Everton as well as the FA Cup final against Chelsea on May 27.
However, he revealed he also has to work consistently on his ankle to keep himself fit and available for selection.
"I have some problems," he said when asked about his Achilles. "Now it is better. I know it is a difficult injury because you need to work every day on this. Every morning I have my treatment for my Achilles and I know I need to do this to the end of my career."
"Now, every day I do this and it is okay but sometimes with all the games we play every three days, it is difficult and I need to have a rest to recover well for my Achilles."
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