Bafetimbi Gomis
Gomis has netted four goals this season but yet wants a move to pastures new. Getty Images

Swansea City striker Bafetimbi Gomis is attempting to force his way out of the Liberty Stadium during the January transfer window, with Arsenal among his many suitors.

The France international has made just six starts in the Premier League this season but is expected to lead the line for the Swans for the remainder of the campaign following Wilfried Bony's departure to Manchester City.

Gomis has started Swansea's last four games in all competitions, however the 29-year-old remains disillusioned with life in south Wales and appears intent on pursuing a move to Arsenal or elsewhere.

"When Bony was here, it was planned I should play a certain number of games; that wasn't the case," Gomis told Canal Plus.

"Today, I ask myself many questions. I need time to think. I have been approached by clubs. I don't know what will happen. Me leaving? It is possible. It is planned that my entourage will meet with Swansea's representatives.

"Then I will have a discussion with my representatives to find the best solution. I want to stay abroad. It is true that I have had not a bad amount of approaches from clubs."

The former Lyon forward's agent confirmed last week that Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund were among the clubs interested in the player, who has netted just four goals this term since moving to English football.

"Schalke and Borussia Dortmund came to information for several days. So have Newcastle, Crystal Palace and now Arsenal. But these are only approaches, there is nothing concrete," Di Frisco told Le 10 Sport.

"The transfer window lasts until 2 February. For now, Gomis remains calm and stays focused on the field and his club Swansea. His position has not changed since the start of Bony, he still wants to leave.

"Gomis actually not a silver story. What he wants is to find a club that will allow him to find playing time necessary for it to find continuity in performance and regain the level that was his last few seasons at Lyon."