Santi Cazorla took centre stage at the launch of Arsenal's new Puma kit to firmly dismiss speculation regarding a possible move to Atletico Madrid this summer.
The 30-year-old has faced several questions over his future with the Gunners amid reports from Sky Sports that the 2014 Champions League finalists had enquired over the availability of the Spain international.
And though Cazorla has continually denied any interest in returning to his homeland with two years remaining on his Arsenal contract, his appearance at the centre of the unveiling of the club's kit for the 2015-16 season is the strongest message yet that he is committed to staying in north London.
Speaking at the launch at the Emirates Stadium, Cazorla added: "It's true we've won two FA Cups but we want to fight for the Premier League.
"Let's see if we can win the Champions League – that's what I think the objective of this club, the team, the manager is.
"Let's see if next year we can do it," he said according to The Express. "The first thing is to fight for the Premier League and we're going to see if we can do it from the start.
"I'm very happy here at Arsenal and I've got two more years on my contract.
"I only think about getting better at this club. I'm very happy here and I don't think about leaving right now."
Tomas Rosicky, Nacho Monreal, Danny Welbeck and Hector Bellerin were all in attendance at the unveiling, which saw 1,000 Arsenal fans attend but the appearance of Cazorla was the most notable.
The only hint he has ever dropped over wanting to leave Arsenal has been when pledging to one day return to Real Oviedo, where he was a youth player from 1996 to 2003 while he also partly financed keeping the club from going out of business.
As well as picking up a second FA Cup winner's medal in as many seasons, Cazorla enjoyed a stellar campaign scoring eight goals and making 15 assists in 45 starts; an impact that saw him finish third behind Alexis Sanchez in the voting for Arsenal's player of the season. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger meanwhile identified Cazorla as the side's player of the year.