Porto striker Jackson Martinez has confirmed there is interest from other clubs in his services but admits he is unsure where he will be playing next season.

Martinez's prolific form in Portugal over the past two seasons has seen him linked with a move to the Premier League with Arsenal the 27-year-old's preferred destination.

Liverpool have also been credited with interest in the Colombia international with the club facing the prospect of losing Luis Suarez to Barcelona, while Atletico Madrid are also reportedly an admirer as they seek to fill the void left by Diego Costa who has joined Chelsea.

But Martinez, who scored twice for his country during their impressive World Cup campaign, is unsure where his future lies.

"Right now, I don't know what will happen," Martinez told Colombian radio station La FM. "I have two more years on my contract with FC Porto.

"There is interest from some clubs, something that is perfectly normal when a player is performing well, but I always have to take into account the fact I am under contract and I have to respect it.

"Only time will tell what will happen."

While Arsenal are on the verge of securing a deal for Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez, Arsene Wenger is still likely to be keen to add an out-and-out striker to his squad to provide competition for Olivier Giroud.

Although the likes of Mario Balotelli and Loic Remy remain linked with a move to north London, Martinez has made it clear that his dream destination is the Emirates.

"As a child I cheered for Arsenal, they play a game that suits me," the Porto striker told reporters earlier this month. "If I had the occasion to play there, I would say yes."

The Gunners would also appear to have secured a deal for Newcastle United right back Mathieu Debuchy as a replacement for Bacary Sagna, who has joined Manchester City.