Arsenal record signing Mesut Ozil has said he is loving life with the club and wants to win the Premier League title.
The Gunners midfielder has had a hit-and-miss first season and a half at the Emirates following a £42 million move from Real Madrid in 2013.
After a commanding first few months to his first Arsenal campaign, Ozil was hounded in the press for a perceived lack of effort and application.
That trend continued into this season but since his return from a three-month lay off with a knee injury, the German has seemed a revitalised player.
“I want to stay, I have a three-year contract with Arsenal however, anything can happen in football,” said Ozil, reports Turkish newspaper Fanatik, via Turkish Football.
So far this season, Ozil has managed a quite impressive four goals and six assists, three of the goals and four of the assists coming since his return to the Arsenal squad in January.
The Gunners are still in three competitions this season and look one of the favourites for the FA Cup after their quarterfinal win over Manchester United.
However, it is the Premier League the German has his eyes on and says he is desperate to win the trophy with the north London club.
“We [Arsenal] will battle to the very end in the Premier League.”
Ozil is expected to continue his place in the Arsenal starting XI this weekend when the Gunners face West Ham.