Real Sociedad loanee Carlos Vela has no intention of returning to Arsenal this summer and hopes to make his temporary move to the La Liga side permanent this summer.
The 23-year-old has enjoyed a successful spell with Sociedad this season, scoring 11 goals in 31 games this season, including five in his last five games.
Vela's opportunities have been limited for Arsenal, having made 29 appearances in seven years since his move from Guadalajara, and the Mexican wants to leave The Gunners permanently.
"[Arsene] Wenger has the final decision. If he says that he will sell me then I will see what options there are," Vela told reporters.
"If he says that he wants me to stay then I will fight with him to let me leave because my intention is to not go back.
"It is not just a question of feeling comfortable in the city because it is also an economical question," he added.
"My registration belongs to Arsenal and I cannot tell them that I like San Sebastian so they should give me to Real Sociedad.
"If I am asked if I am happy here then I would say that I am happy here but if you ask me if I am going to stay then the answer could be yes and it could be no."
Arsenal already have Nicklas Bendtner and Ryo Miyachi on loan as well as Vela, and Wenger will be forced to make a number of decisions over the long-term future of the trio this summer.
Bendtner has scored 10 goals during his loan spell at Sunderland, while Miyachi has scored once since moving to Bolton Wanderers in January.
With Robin van Persie looking likely to extend his contract with the north London club and the futures of Marouane Chamakh and Park Chu-Young uncertain, the three players will have to wait until the summer to learn their fate.
Another factor in their future could involve the potential signing of Lukas Podolski, with the German being reportedly close to move to the Premier League.