Arsene Wenger has played down rumours that midfielder Tomas Rosicky could leave the club during the January transfer window.
The 31-year-old Czech has been linked with moves abroad as his struggle to hold down a regular place in the Gunners' first team has continued this season.
Rosicky is in the squad for the UEFA Champions League Group F clash with Olympiakos on Tuesday but it had been suggested he could join the Greek side over the winter.
Bundesliga outfit Wolfsburg were reportedly Rosicky's main suitors during the summer and it was thought they could step up their chase in January, but Wenger was quick to dismiss any speculation.
"Rosicky is at Arsenal and he remains at Arsenal," Wenger told the club's official website.
The Arsenal boss was more forthcoming on the future of Chelsea's Nicolas Anelka, who is widely expected to leave Stamford Bridge in the New Year.
Several Premier League clubs have been named as possible destinations for the French forward but Wenger does not think he will stay in England.
Wenger added: "You can expect a move but not within England from what I have heard. I can't reveal to you what I know because it is not 100 per cent guaranteed."