Several Arsenal players have been linked with a departure following an underwhelming campaign which has seen them finish outside the top four.
Despite signing a new contract midway through the season, Olivier Giroud has once again been rumoured to be on the verge of a move elsewhere as Olympique Marseille continue to show an interest in his services.
However, the 30-year-old, who has scored 16 goals in 39 appearances so far this season, has moved to reassure Arsenal fans that he is still keen on playing for the club.
“There is nothing fixed, but I would say that today I feel good at Arsenal,” the France international said
“I have two more years on my contract, we will see what the future will be.”
Following Danny Welbeck’s indifferent performance against Everton on Sunday, Giroud could be handed a start in this weekend’s FA Cup final clash with Chelsea.
“The Premier League is an increasingly high-profile and contested championship, where five or six teams can potentially claim the title.” he added
“This is why I still want to continue to want to win this title.”