Fiorentina forward and Arsenal target Stevan Jovetic has cooled rumours that he is set to leave the Serie A outfit in the summer but admitted he would look at his options at the end of the season.

The 23-year-old has been strongly linked with a summer switch to the Premier League, with Arsenal and long-time admirers Manchester City both understood to be interested in his services.

Stevan Jovetic

Jovetic was on target at the weekend as Firentina beat Lazio 2-0 in a crucial game, to move up to fourth in the Serie A table, and the Montenegro international stressed he is focused on life in Florence.

"The transfer market? It has been talked about my contract and my future since the beginning of the season and I have to repeat myself: I just (think) about getting Fiorentina into Europe," Jovetic said.

"I'm focused to score as many goals as possible and to make lots of assists for teammates. In June we'll see. I think only to the good of the team, of Florence and of our fans, the rest doesn't interest me," the striker added.

Jovetic, who joined Fiorentina in 2008 from Serbian side Partizan Belgrade for around £8m, has made 23 Serie A appearances this season, with 12 goals and four assists to his name.

Neuer: Bayern Should Not go Easy

Meanwhile, Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has urged his teammates to not "go easy" on Arsenal, when the Gunners visit the Allianz Arena for their Champions League Round of 16 second leg tie.

The Bundesliga leaders hold a commanding lead 3-1 lead from the first leg at the Emirates but the Germany No. 1 insists his side must remain focussed, in order to avoid a potential fight back from Arsenal.

"We were superior from the first minute in the first leg, but we must ignore the scoreline and play as if we are starting again. We must show a good spirit and ensure we do not go easy," Neuer pointed out.