Arsenal star Mesut Ozil has insisted that he is happy with the Gunners and put recent speculation linking him with a move away from the Emirates to bed. The midfielder moved from Real Madrid in 2013 and signed a five-year deal with the north London club.
According to AS via the Metro, Barcelona are looking to bring the former La Liga star back to Spain. The treble winners were willing to offer Arda Turan, Sandro Ramirez and Munir El Haddadi as a part of a swap deal.
"I still have two more years after this season, as I have said in the past, I feel really good," Ozil told BT Sport, as quoted by Goal.com.
"My teammates are great, the city is great, but as said, you can never tell what will happen in football. But I have two more years after this season, and yes, as I said before, I am very happy here."
The German international has two years left on his contract. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger remains confident that the 27-year-old and Alexis Sanchez will commit their future to the Gunners after the end of the season.
Ozil has set his sights on winning silverware with Arsenal. The ex-Real star believes he can achieve this dream with the Emirates club and has urged Wenger to make quality additions to the squad in the summer transfer window.
"I always want to play for the biggest teams in the world, and in the competitions like the Champions League and it is my goal to win many titles, and I know that I can win titles with this team but to achieve that we need a big squad, if players get injured, it's just like that," he said.
"That is why I said a lot of things have to be right, it is my aim to help the team and it is our goal to win titles and I think you can achieve that with Arsenal. You can realise your dreams here, and if we get in a few more good players, I think that will happen."