The midfielder has played down suggestions that he be leaving the Emirates this summer.
Arsenal midfield Thomas Rosicky has said that he expects to stay at Arsenal this summer after several reports suggested that he would be leaving the Gunners.
Sky Sports reports that Rosicky held talks with manager Arsene Wenger at the end of season and the French boss confirmed that Rosicky was still part of his plans.
“After the season I spoke with the coach and Arsenal want me to stay. Of course, you never know what can happen, but I should be staying. A return to Sparta Prague? No, not yet,” said Rosicky.
The Czech Republic international, who signed from Borussia Dortmund 7 years ago, had been linked with a move to Sparta Prague.
Rosicky has had his problems with injury during his time at Arsenal and only managed 16 appearances for the Gunners this season.
However the club did qualify for the Champions League, meaning Wenger will continue to strengthen his squad this summer.
The Gunners have reportedly opened talks with QPR about signing goalkeeper Julio Cesar.
The club reportedly want to pay £1 million for the services of the Brazilian who put in several eye catching displays for QPR over the course of the season despite the teams relegation from the Premier League.