Lille striker Moussa Sow says he is unsure where his future lies as talks over a new contract have continued to stall.
The Senegalese international scored 25 goals in France last season, ending the term as the top scorer in the country, which alerted plenty of European heavyweights.
And with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur still prowling, Sow has clouded his future by claiming talks over an extension to his deal which expires in 2013, are stalling.
"Now in my head I do not know what will happen at the end of the season," he said.
"I honestly can not tell if I am going to go or stay. "[On contract negotiations] this worries me. As things stand I am the type of player who wants to talk on the pitch."
Arsenal's search for a striker led them to signing Sow's teammate Gervinho, who scored his first goal for the club against Blackburn Rovers last month.
Tottenhma completed the loan signing of Emmanuel Adebayor from Manchester City in the summer, and with three goals already, Harry Redknapp's shrewd work in the transfer market appears to have paid dividends.
However, a stumbling block for Arsenal and Tottenham may be offering the forward, who scored last week for Lille in the Champions League, regular football in Europe's premier club competition.