Charles N'Zogbia has reiterated his desire to leave Newcastle and admits he would love to join Arsenal.
The French star has become unsettled on Tyneside in recent months and has been strongly linked with a move away from St James' Park.
N'Zogbia, said to be a target of Arsenal, Aston Villa and Paris Saint Germain, insists he wants to win silverware and that is not something he can achieve with Newcastle.
"I am used to English Football, so my priority is to stay here," N'Zogbia told Le 10 Sport.
"France? I don't know it very well! But I think about it. I don't have any contact with French clubs, or any other clubs.
"I ask myself questions about my future. At Newcastle for three years we are playing in the bottom of the league. I want to win titles, and I have set myself high objectives, like being in the French team.
"I told Newcastle in case of possible transfer, I will do anything to leave this winter. If the club receives a nice offer, they will try to transfer me."
N'Zogbia highlighted a move to Arsenal as being his preference if he stays in England, although both Lyon and PSG were appealing options.
"Arsenal is the club that makes me dream the most in the Premier League," he continued.
"Lyon is a very, very good club. PSG is currently in a very good period.
"If I could have to be transferred there, I would have no regret. It would be a good choice.
"But Anyway, I am at Newcastle so far. I give my best for that club, which gave me my start in professional football."