Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski has revealed that he could make a return to Germany in the future, reports Goal.com.
The Gunners ace has refused to rule out a move to his former side FC Koln and has insisted the German outfit are his club.
Podolski has struggled with life at the Emirates this season and has rarely featured under Arsene Wenger in recent time.
And now, with the Arsenal star having been asked about his long term future, he's admitted that he could return to FC Koln.
Speaking to Sky, Podolski said: "You can't exclude everything in football. FC [Koln] will be my club always and forever.
"You never know what's gonna happen in the next years."
For now though, Podolski will be hoping to help Arsenal in their pursuit of the Premier League title.
Arsenal currently sit in second place in the table, just one point behind leaders Chelsea. Next up for Arsene Wenger's side is a trip to the Britannia Stadium to take on Stoke City and Podolski will be hoping to play his part against Mark Hughes' side.
It remains to be seen as to whether FC Koln make a future move for the Arsenal ace, but fow now he will remain in north London.