Arsenal keeper David Ospina is adamant he will stay and fight for a starting role between the sticks this season.
The Colombian international started all eight of Arsenal’s Champions League ties last season but in the Premier League the 28-year-old has played second fiddle to first-choice keeper Petr Cech.
Ospina did catch the eye with his performances in Europe last term and Turkish club Fenerbahce are believed to be interested in signing the South American.
However, the former Nice keeper says he has no interest in leaving the Emirates this summer and is looking to catch the eye of manager Arsene Wenger to earn a starting role in the Premier League this season.
He was quoted by the London Evening Standard: “I have a contract here, I’m happy and I’m going to fight to the end, I want to continue and win a job.
“That’s what I’m working for, I’ve been working for three years and now I’m waiting for the opportunity.”