David Ospina has claimed that even though his first-choice would be to remain at Arsenal he may consider a summer move to Everton as the arrival of Petr Cech from Chelsea leaves his future at the club in doubt.
The Colombia international moved to north London in summer 2014 from Ligue 1 side Nice for around £3m ($4.6m) after an impressive World Cup.
But even though he was in excellent form during the second part of the campaign, since beating Wojciech Szczesny for the number one role, his future at the club has been under scrutiny since Arsene Wenger decided to sign Cech in a deal that, according to BBC, is worth about £10m ($15m).
Ospina himself recently revealed his agent was speaking with Fenerbahce regarding a potential move to the Turkish side with Colombia.com claimed Roberto Martinez is keen on bringing him to Goodison Park.
The Colombia international has now refused to rule out a move to Everton although insisting that despite the arrival of Cech his intention is to stay at Arsenal.
"I want to keep proving my worth at Arsenal and showing everything David Ospina can give to them. I want to stay. Today I am Arsenal goalkeeper. I have four years remaining on my contract. Let's see what happens," the keeper said to AS.
"There are some possibilities [to move away] but my mind is at Arsenal. I want to stay. I am very happy in London and my family too so I hope that at least I can respect the the remainder of my contract."
But asked about the reported offer from Everton, he admitted: "They are a very competitive team, which showed significant things during the last season, with a good manager, and that play good football. It is a team to take into account and a great possibility [in case I leave]."
Meanwhile, Ospina hasn't hidden his admiration for Cech while claiming he is looking forward to fight with him for the Arsenal number one.
He said: "Joining Arsenal is a dream come true for me. They are such a great team. Now an excellent keeper has arrived who I admire. During my holidays I'm analysing a lot of things and then I'll have a conversation with the manager. For me it will be an honour to play alongside a keeper with that experience. A goalkeeper keeps learning every day."