Nicklas Bendtner has ruled out leaving Arsenal in January and has vowed to fight for his place.
The Danish international has been linked with a possible loan move away from Arsenal next month, with the likes of Lazio and Bayern Munich both credited with an interest in the forward.
Bendtner has struggled to hold down a regular place in Arsene Wenger's side this season, but he was handed a rare start in Wednesday's clash with Wigan and scored in the 2-2 draw at the DW Stadium.
The 22-year-old accepts that he will have to remain patient as competition for places is fierce at Arsenal, but he has no plans to move on
"I won't be loaned out," Bendtner said. "That's not going to happen.
"I've got the patience to wait until I get the chance
"When I get it I'll grab it and conquer the starting place that I definitely feel should be mine.
"It's nice to hear when a big club is interested but I'll stay and fight for my chance."