Lukasz Fabianski's agent has played down reports linking the Arsenal goalkeeper with a possible move to Paris Saint Germain.
Reports emanating from France have suggested PSG were weighing up a move for the highly-rated Poland international.
PSG are believed to have held a long-term interest in Fabianski, who is currently behind Manuel Alumunia in the Arsenal pecking order.
Fabianski is highly regarded at Emirates Stadium and he has impressed in the Carling Cup outings he has made this season, including a wonder save in Tuesday's 3-0 victory over Wigan.
The Pole's representative, Martin Wiesner, is not surprised to hear Fabianski has been linked with other clubs, but insists the player is happy with the Gunners.
"Sometimes other clubs ask about Lukasz, but he is under contract at Arsenal," Wiesner told skysports.com.
"He has another three-and-a-half years to run on his contract and he is very happy at Arsenal.
"He is a good situation playing recently for Arsenal and he is also due to play for Poland next week.
"He is working hard at Arsenal and step-by-step he will become Arsenal's No.1 goalkeeper."