Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has said that he is committed to the Gunners amid the recent speculation that he wants to leave the club.
The German has had a mixed campaign with the Gunners, and he has been prone to goalkeeping errors during the second half of the season.
A recent report said that Leno is one of the players, who could leave this summer with the club likely to miss out on European football.
Leno has now rebuffed the speculation by stating that he is committed to the north London club for the next couple of years.
He told Sport1: “I don’t want to flee here, I feel good and want to be successful again with Arsenal.”
“I still have a two-year contract and hope to play in the Champions League again with Arsenal.”
However, the shot-stopper added that he would be open to a fresh challenge away from the Premier League at some point in his career.
“It is also clear that at some point in my career I want to do something different,” he further told.
Leno has kept 10 clean sheets over the course of the Premier League campaign, and he will be hoping to end the season on a high.