Jeremie Aliadiere has revealed that he will look to move on if he fails to secure regular football at Arsenal.
The Frenchman returned to the spotlight during the week when scoring in the midweek Carling Cup win at Liverpool.
The forward earned praise from Arsene Wenger for his performance at Anfield and he added that he wanted to keep Aliadiere at Arsenal.
Wenger did admit, though, that he was aware that the forward needs to be playing regularly.
Aliadiere has been with Arsenal since 1999 and feels he now needs to be a regular fixture on the teamsheet.
"I never said I wanted to leave the club," Aliadiere told the club's website.
"All I said was that I wanted to play. That's my priority. I want to play football.
"I want to be involved every weekend but I haven't played a lot in the last six months since I came back from my loan last season (at Wolves).
"Obviously if I can't play here then I will have to play somewhere else, but Arsenal is my priority."