Andrey Arshavin has conceded he will never leave Arsenal for a big-money offer just three months into his Gunners tenure.
The Russia international eventually sealed a £15million switch to the Emirates before the close of the winter transfer window following months of speculation.
Arshavin arrived in North London short of match fitness, but has been slowly integrated into Arsene Wenger's first team.
The 27-year-old, who opened his account in Arsenal's 4-0 win over Blackburn, already feels at home in North London and will not be leaving the club for big-money offers elsewhere.
"At Arsenal I feel at home. I like everything here, the friendly team, a wise and experienced manager, and fantastic fans. I won't leave the club for any money," he told the Russian press.
"That we are fourth in the Premier League is an achievement of the whole of the team, not my own. I hope my real successes with Arsenal are still to come."