Arsenal's Nicklas Bendtner insists he will decide on his future at the end of the season.
The Dane has often been linked with moves away from The Gunners, as he struggles to command a regular first-team place.
German giants Bayern Munich are the most recent side linked with a move for him, and he admits he is considering his options.
"If I'm still happy then I stay, otherwise we must see what will happen," he is quoted by the Daily Star.
"I mean that I'm good enough to be in the line-up.
"I will play this season to the end as an Arsenal player and then make a decision on my status in the summer."
The 23-year-old also insisted that he was worthy of anything that comes his way financially in the game.
"I believe I'm worth what is coming my way. I pay a big price with my body, my time and with never being able to have privacy when I am out," said the Gunners striker.
"I don't complain about that. It's a part of being a professional footballer but it's definitely a price to pay.
"Again, I am not complaining but I love to go on a skiing holiday but as long as I have my career I can't do that because of the risk of injury."