Grzegorz Krychowiak
Krychowiak not interested in leaving Sevilla, says agentGetty

Arsenal are yet to make contact with Sevilla over a possible move for midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak as of yet, according to the player's representative.

Krychowiak, 24, is a recent addition at the Andalucian club having only joined from Ligue 1 side Reims during the summer transfer window for a modest fee of €4.5m (£3.5m).

The defensive midfielder has enjoyed an impressive start in Spain where he has started nine of the club's 10 La Liga games, aiding Sevilla's rise to fifth in the table just two points off leaders Real Madrid.

Krychowiak's performances have seen him linked with a move to Arsenal, where the need for a formidable defensive presence in midfield was once again highlighted as the club surrendered a 3-0 advantage to draw with Anderlecht on Wednesday.

But his agent Cezary Kucharski has quickly dismissed the possibility of a January move for the Poland international.

"At the moment I have no contact with Arsenal in relation to Krychowiak," Kucharski told Seville-based Estadio Deportivo. "He is focused 100% on Sevilla and not thinking about any other club."

Mathieu Flamini entered the fray in the Gunners' Champions League group stage clash against Anderlecht moments after the Belgian champions pulled back their first goal.

The Frenchman was unable prevent further damage as Arsenal were overrun in the final half an hour, with Anthony Vanden Borre scoring his second from the penalty spot before Aleksandar Mitrovic scored an injury time equaliser to make it 3-3.

The Gunners' capitulation prompted frustration from supporters and former players alike, with Paul Merson describing his former side as "tactically clueless."

Despite the draw, Arsenal still lie on the brink of qualifying for the knock out stages of the Champions League with two games remaining. Arsene Wenger's side have taken seven points from their four games, five ahead of third placed Anderlecht but are very unlikely to catch leaders Borussia Dortmund who hold a perfect record in the competition so far.