Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil says he will make a decision on his future at the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season.
Ozil, 28, has only a year left on his Gunners deal with talks over extending his contract having stalled amid uncertainty over the future of manager Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal are in sixth place on the league table, six points behind Manchester City in the last Champions League qualifying spot. They face Chelsea in the FA Cup final at Wembley on 27 May.
Ozil said he was happy in north London but refused to commit his future to Arsenal, saying he will hold talks with the club after the season ends.
"As I've said in the past, the most important thing is Arsenal and what we do as a team now," the Germany international told Sky Sports.
"I've got aims with this club, we all want the top four and that's what counts at the moment.
"As I've said before, in the summer we will talk but right now Arsenal stands in front of any player and I respect that.
"As I've always said in the past, I feel comfortable here. I'm happy. Arsenal belong as one of the best clubs in the world and London is a great place to be, a great city to live in.
"So after the season we will talk and then we will make a decision from there."
Ozil has been criticised often for his performances for the Gunners this season, with critics taking exception to his languid style on the pitch.
But the 28-year-old said he only cared for feedback from his manager and insisted that he paid no heed to criticism from outside the club.
"I know what I can do and it doesn't affect me really. I've played for Real Madrid, I've played for Germany and I've had praise and criticism throughout my career and it's only made me stronger," Ozil said.
"For me what's most important, as I've always said, is the manager's opinion because when it comes from him you know it's the truth, be it positive or be it negative.
"There's some people that like me and some people that don't, but I give no worth to those opinions, really."