Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski has come to a decision regarding his next club after advising sides interested in his signature, which reportedly includes Arsenal and Chelsea, to end their pursuit.
The Polish striker has been heavily linked with a move to Bayern Munich but the 25 year old has admitted all options are open, with the Premier League remaining an attractive proposition.
Both Arsenal and Chelsea are credited with an interest in Lewandowski, who despite entering into the final year of his contract with Dortmund and declaring his intention to leave has scored 14 goals in 16 appearances.
And Lewandowski is ready to reveal where he will play his football next season, warning newly-interested suitors to end their quest for his signature.
"I am feeling very well at Dortmund, but I want a new challenge next season," the 25-year-old told Sport Bild. "I can only say one thing about my future and that's that I will announce my decision next year.
"No club has to bother with a fresh approach. I am focused on Dortmund and will not let anything distract me."
While Lewandowski has refused to rule out a move to Arsenal or Chelsea, the Premier League pair are outsiders to land one of the hottest strikers in European football.
Both clubs are in desperate need of additional attacking resources, with Arsenal currently relying on Olivier Giroud to lead their attack while Chelsea's forward line of Samuel Eto'o, Fernando Torres and Demba Ba have struggled for goals.
Lewandowski scored the winning goal for Borussia Dortmund against Arsenal on his last visit to English shores, having missed a host of chances the previous week in the World Cup qualifying defeat to England at Wembley.
Nonetheless, Lewandowski is one of the most feared forwards in the world and netted 39 times for club and country last term, helping Dortmund to the Champions League final where they were defeated by a treble-winning Bayern side.