Napoli striker Edinson Cavani is unaware of interest from Arsenal, but concedes he is attracted by moves to Barcelona or Real Madrid.
The Uruguayan striker has scored 18 goals this season for Napoli this season, with the club in prime position to qualify for the Champions League and four points behind league leaders Juventus in search of their first domestic title for 23 years.
Arsene Wenger admitted during the January transfer window his admiration for the 25 year old, who is regarded among the finest players in world football, but the forward is unaware of the interest from Arsenal and is fully concentrated on claiming the league championship.
"I know nothing about Arsenal's interest," Cavani told Radio Onda Cero. "I have only heard about it now.
"My future? I have a contract for four years but in football you never know what to expect.
"Barcelona and Real Madrid are teams which stimulate the imagination. But I only think about the present.
"I'm living the highest point of my career with Napoli and I want to concentrate on fighting for the scudetto. Along with my team-mates, we want to give a dream for our people."
Despite Theo Walcott, Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski all looking likely to break the 20-goal barrier this season, Wenger has been heavily criticised for not bolstering his front-line, with full back Nacho Monreal his sole signing in January.
Captain Robin van Persie was sold in the summer to much dismay among Arsenal fans, and with the club four points adrift of Tottenham Hotspur, who occupy the fourth Champions League spot, fears are rife The Gunners could miss out on qualification for Europe's premier club competition for the first time under Wenger's guidance.
Wenger, who has a reputation for frugality during recent transfer windows, says the club would have to break the bank in order to sign Cavani.
"Cavani is a player that I like," Wenger said. "Will he cost a lot of money? That's for sure. Nobody would deny that. [But] our banker lives just next to me at the moment and he is ready if we find the right player."