Andrey Arshavin and Tomas Rosicky are happy at Arsenal, but Philippe Senderos is looking to leave the Gunners.
Russia international playmaker Arshavin only joined the Gunners in January before helping Arsene Wenger's side finish fourth in the Premier League.
There had been reports that the former Zenit St Petersburg ace was looking for improved terms in a bid to cover an increase in UK taxes.
But his agent Dennis Lachter has rejected the claims out of hand and insists his client is more than happy in North London.
Lachter told the Daily Star Sunday: "No he isn't looking for a pay rise at the moment, he is happy.
"I cannot comment on that. It is made up by somebody, I think."
And injury-hit Czech Republic international Rosicky is eager to prove his worth again to the club after being sidelined since January 2008 with a long-standing knee problem.
Rosicky told the News of the World: "If I find the form I had before my injury then I will play.
"Wenger was frustrated when I told him I would need to undergo more surgery. But he has not tried to kick me out so he has faith in me."
However, Swiss centre-back Senderos is looking for a route away from Emirates Stadium having spent last season out on loan at AC Milan.
Despite Arsenal's well-documented defensive frailties, Senderos does not believe he features in Wenger's long-term plans.
He said: "It depends on Arsenal. I want to continue at Milan because I cannot see a place for me with the Gunners."