FC Koln striker Lukas Podolski says his future remains 'open' amid reported interest in his signature from Arsenal.
The 26-year-old German has been in fine form this season; scoring nine times in 12 appearances for club and country. This goal glut has led to increased speculation regarding his future at the Rhein Energie Stadion.
Reports in Germany have claimed Arsenal are pursuing Podolski and that Arsene Wenger could make a bid for his services as early as January.
The Arsenal boss reportedly wants to recruit another proven goalscorer to his ranks, and Podolski would certainly prove to be an exciting acquisition for the Gunners.
And, says the former Bayern Munich striker, he is unsure what the future holds.
"I can jump to no conclusions about my future," he said according to Express.
"I have always stressed that my future is open and said that I will have to wait and see about the state of the club's sporting situation.
"I am pleased that things are going so well for me, but I also know that football is a daily business."