Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner admits that he is "100 per cent" ready to leave the club this summer.
The Danish international has not been a part of manager Arsene Wenger's first-team plans over the past season, often being named on the bench and needing to make an impact as a substitute.
Bendtner scored just two Premier League goals all season, and has often been held in mixed opinion by his own supporters.
There is no shortage of potential suitors for the 23-year-old, who despite his talent has been unable to consistently perform for the Gunners since breaking into the first team four years ago.
Primera Liga outfit Sevilla are the latest club to become linked with a possible move for the player, with AC Milan and Bayern Munich also rumoured to be considering a bid.
"I can promise that there won't be another season like this one," Bendtner told sporten.dk.
"I have decided 100 per cent that I must leave Arsenal.
"I've considered this for a long time and was quite clear when I arrived at my decision.
"I'm quite calm and confident that I'll be fine at a new club."