Arsenal full-back Hector Bellerin has stressed that he does not intend to walk out on the club following another difficult campaign.
The Spain international has had to constantly fend off suggestions that he wants out of the Emirates Stadium following back-to-back seasons outside of the Champions League.
Barcelona and Juventus are both reportedly willing to offer Bellerin a route out of Arsenal this summer, but the 23-year-old – a first-team regular since 2013 – insists that London now feels like his home.
“[I am] definitely happy at the club and will be here next season,” he told Sky Sports News. “I’ve got a long contract. I have been in London for a very long time, this is what I call my home right now.
“There is nothing else I am thinking of, for the summer. We have the World Cup – I don’t know if I will be called up or not [to Spain], that is something we will need to wait and see.
“If I get given the chance then I will be really happy for it. Apart from that I am sure I will be coming back here next pre-season.”
Bellerin has been used 45 times in all competitions this term and could feature against Huddersfield Town on the final day of the Premier League season