Mesut Ozil says he is giving his best for Arsenal in spite of being constantly being in transfer speculation.
A few outlets revealed a week ago that the German had told partners he would leave the Gunners for Manchester United during the winter transfer window.
With the 29-year-old in the last year of his present arrangement, Arsenal proprietor Stan Kroenke additionally turned out to confirm that the club might want to keep him around.
Ozil, as far as it matters for him, was cheerful to get the support and says he’ll give his best for the Gunners, however, was not prepared to clear up anything about his future.
“It’s very nice to hear that [Kroenke’s comments] and to see that – he’s the major shareholder,” Ozil told Sky Sports.
“I’m happy here, and I do my job to 100 per cent as I always have. I give everything and leave it all on the pitch for the team.
“The most important thing is football. I want to give everything, 100 per cent for this club.
“It’s important for me to give my all and enjoy playing as well. Whatever else happens, we will see in the future.”
The previous Real Madrid man handed over a star appearance against Everton in a 5-2 win on Sunday and is presently concentrating on reliably demonstrating his quality notwithstanding being utilized on the wing instead of in his favored No. 10 spot.
“I know myself superior to any other individual and I’m somebody who needs fun on the pitch,” Ozil included.
“Everybody knows my most loved position is the playmaker, the No 10, right now the mentor plays me on the privilege and it’s a thing I have to acknowledge and to demonstrate my quality in that position.
“Obviously I’m cheerful to perform and give great exhibitions exclusively, however it’s more imperative that we do that as a group. I figure we did that truly well against Everton.
“We returned unequivocally, particularly as we were 1-0 down. To return as unequivocally as we did is satisfying.
“We have bunches of value in this group as we have appeared. It’s vital to be reliable on the off chance that we need to be fruitful.
“We know we have the quality, we simply need to give our everything and have faith in ourselves. On the off chance that we can do that I’m persuaded we can win trophies.”
Arsenal is fifth in the Premier League, even on 16 points with fourth place Chelsea, and face a home match against Swansea City on Saturday.