Turkish defender Gokhan Zan has pleaded with Arsenal to make a move for him after claiming interest from Arsene Wenger.
The Besiktas star says he has been the subject of interest from North London and is determined to move to the Premiership to learn his trade at Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners currently boast Swiss internationals Johan Djourou and Philippe Senderos as able deputies behind first choice central partnership Kolo Toure and William Gallas.
However Zan is now hoping to become Wenger's latest foreign import when the transfer window opens in January.
"I heard about Arsenal's offer a few months ago," said Zan in the Daily Star Sunday. "I think my football style will suit them.
"I think I can learn under Wenger and I would like to play in one of his teams.
"I think I will fit in well."
However, both Wenger and Gunners vice-chairman David Dein have insisted that the London side will not be making any market moves in the New Year.