Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud says he “feels good” at Arsenal and is desperate to win the Premier League title with the Gunners.
There has been speculation surrounding the France forward’s future after a lack of game time under Arsene Wenger this season.
The 30-year-old has made just 11 league starts, but has scored 12 goals and he has been linked with a return to France with Marseille.
The player’s agent Michael Manuello denied their had been any contact earlier this month and now Giroud has revealed it is his intention to stay at The Emirates.
Giroud told French website football.fr: “There is nothing fixed, but I would say that today I feel good at Arsenal.
‘I have two more years on my contract, we will see what the future will be.
“The Premier League is an increasingly high-profile and contested championship, where five or six teams can potentially claim the title.
“This is why I still want to continue to win this title.”
Giroud only signed a new two-and-a-half-year deal with the Gunners in January and he has two years left to run on that deal.
The targetman, who has scored 98 goals in 226 games since joining from Montpellier for £13million in June 2012, is likely to consider his future if Arsene Wenger does not stay.
Wenger signed the player and has previously claimed he wants to keep the striker at the club.