The Italian cites his record last season, when he played nine games for the club, and we didn't lose once.
It is confusing why manager Arsène Wenger has preferred Almunia or Fabianski in goal, when both have come under criticism from fans in recent games.
The 22-year-old also admitted that he would consider a short-term loan in order to gain some valuable playing time.
Speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport, Mannone said: "I am happy in London. I love the Premier League.
"Last year I played nine games and with me, Arsenal never lost.
"They brought Almunia back and then Fabianski started in the game at Chelsea.
"I would consider a six-month loan deal just to play.
"I get annoyed when I don't play, it's not as if the other two do that well.
"But if I've signed a contract extension until 2014 it is because they must value me."
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