Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla has dispelled rumours linking him with a move to Atletico Madrid in the summer.
The Spanish international has been in splendid form for the Gunners this season, and has played a major role in the north London club's rise to third place in the table just one point behind Manchester City in second.
Cazorla, who arrived from Malaga in 2012 has made 138 appearances for Arsenal in all competitions and this season he has been at his finest, scoring seven goals and providing eight assists thus far this campaign.
The 30-year-old is a firm fan favourite at the Emirates Stadium, and despite that, various reports have suggested that the midfielder has agreed a deal to return to the La Liga at the end of the season with Atletico being touted as his potential destination.
However, Cazorla, who is currently on international duty with Spain has quashed the rumours and committed his immediate future to Arsenal. The Spaniard also claimed that as long as the north London club made him feel valuable, he will continue at the Emirates Stadium.
The former Malaga and Villarreal player did suggest that he does not know what the future holds, but made it clear that he is very happy at Arsenal.
"Right now I haven't heard from anybody, it's just rumours," Cazorla said, as quoted by the London Evening Standard.
"And, to tell the truth, it doesn't concern me too much. What I'm concerned about is Arsenal, where I'm doing well."
"In the future, we'll see. I'm saying that I like it very much and, as long as the club value me as they have done until now, then I'll continue," the Spanish midfielder added.