Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has insisted that he is happy at the club.
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has insisted that he is happy at the club, remains committed to the Gunners, wants to stay beyond this season and has no issues with manager Unai Emery, despite ongoing speculation about a possible summer exit.
Ozil has struggled to justify his status as the club's highest earner after signing a bumper new contract last season and has started just 19 Premier League games in 2018/19, while he has notably been dropped for a number of high-profile clashes with immediate rivals.
It has led to suggestions that Arsenal could look to try and move their former record signing on this summer, although the player himself appears keen to stay.
"Absolutely [I want to stay]. I've got two more years on my contract. I don't know after that but I've got two years left," the 2014 World Cup winner told Sky Sports.
"Yes [I'm happy]. Why not? I'm 30 now, still got years in front of me, it's down to the club as well of course, but I've got two years here - after that I don't know what happens.
"No [issues with Emery]. Definitely not. There's always speculation, everyone inside knew that our situation is positive."
Ozil admitted that not being a regular starter, also partially the result of injury, has been 'frustrating', but knows that he must accept Emery's decisions. "The coach makes decisions which means you may not start but you have to keep going," he added.