Emirates club not an option for Bernabeu hero.
Real Madrid midfielder Kaka has dismissed speculation linking him with a loan move to Arsenal.
The 29-year-old, who has four years left on his contract, insists he wants to stay with the Spanish giants next season.
The Brazil international has failed to establish himself in the starting XI since his then record £56million move from AC Milan in 2009 due to poor form and injury.
He has been linked with moves to Manchester City or Chelsea but, after Cesc Fabregas joined Barcelona last week, there were suggestions Gunners boss Arsene Wenger could ask Kaka to fill the void.
But the playmaker wants to stay and fight for his place at Real Madrid under the guidance of Bernabeu boss Jose Mourinho.
“My plan is to remain with Real Madrid and to obtain the confidence of the coach,” Kaka told Marca.
Wenger will now turn his attention to other targets to help strengthen his depleted squad.
Eden Hazard, Yann M’Villa, Scott Parker, Mauro Zarate, Lucho Gonzalez, Phil Jagielka and Scott Dann have all been linked with a move to the Gunners in recent weeks.