Emmanuel Eboue has distanced himself from reports suggesting he could be a target for Juventus.
The Arsenal midfielder was linked with an Emirates Stadium exit over the summer, with Italy touted as his most likely destination.
Fiorentina were believed to be tracking his services, but were unwilling to meet the Gunners' asking price.
It has now been claimed that Juventus are preparing to enter the hunt for Eboue's services, with a £6million approach being readied for the January transfer window.
But the Ivory Coast international insists he has no knowledge of any such interest, claiming he is happy to play a part in Arsenal's quest to land a long-awaited piece of silverware.
"I am very happy at Arsenal," Eboue told skysports.com.
"This season I am playing better and spending more time on the filed. The coach (Arsene Wenger) has given me a more offensive job and I am enjoying it.
"It is nice to be linked with Juventus, but Arsenal are a very big club and this generation of players is determined to win something."