Nicklas Bendtner does not want to stay at Arsenal beyond this summer and claims to have 'concrete interest' from other clubs.
The striker has spent the majority of the season on loan at Sunderland, but neither party is thought to be interested in making the deal permanent.
Bendtner will therefore return to Arsenal after Sunday's end to the Premier League campaign and he will set about attempting to negotiate a move away from Emirates Stadium.
A host of German clubs have been linked with the Denmark international and he hopes to impress at Euro 2012 in order to earn a transfer to a new club.
Bendtner told Danish football magazine Tipsbladet: "I am ready for new challenges.
"I have heard about concrete interest from other clubs, who sound interesting. But I can't say more than that right now.
"After all, I am still under contract with Arsenal, so I have to get back to Arsenal and talk to them first.
"On the specific matter of staying with Arsenal, I have to say I need something new to happen for me.
"There is no panic thinking about my future. Now, it's all about Euro 2012 for Denmark and afterwards I can look at my club future."