The 31-year-old has enjoyed a relative injury free-spell and in March agreed a contract extension, which coincided with his best form of the year.
Since signing from Borussia Dortmund in May 2006, a string of frustrating fitness issues hampered Rosicky's progress, and the former Sparta Prague man missed the entire 2008/2009 season because of a hamstring tendon problem.
However, he hopes to build on a promising end to the current campaign, which has seen Arsenal find some consistency to force themselves back into the top four of the Barclays Premier League.
"I still believe I have plenty in me - we will see how it all goes, but right now I feel great and want to continue this way," Rosicky said in the official Arsenal magazine.
"You know, my normal age is 31, but in football years I am 29 - I lost two years because of injury.
"I can say that I feel very well and I hope I have many years to come.
"You see players like Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes - what they are producing at their age for Manchester United is great and that's a real inspiration for me.
"Everything is possible, but of course it will depend on my health."
Rosicky, who shrugged off a virus to play against Chelsea last weekend, has been utilised in his favoured attacking midfield position by manager Arsene Wenger in the past few months.
It is a role in which the Czech international thrives.
"I am in the advanced position of the three, looking to get in between the opposition's midfield and defence," he said.
"When we have the ball I am starting quite close to Robin [van Persie] up front, and after that I can come a bit deeper and stretch the pitch out.
"I can't say for sure whether this has made the whole difference, but I would certainly agree that what the boss is asking [of me] at the moment suits me nicely.
"The whole season has gone quite well for me, but I was injured twice in the first few months so couldn't keep up sustained form.
"I am enjoying the rhythm the manager has given me now."
Rosicky added: "Obviously the whole team is playing very good football at the moment and I think I fit quite well into the team now.
"We enjoy playing together and that is a big part of it."
Despite putting themselves back in the driving seat to qualify for the Champions League again next season, Arsenal still have some work to ahead to make sure of third place - which has suddenly taken on extra importance after Chelsea, who are currently sixth, reached the final of this season's competition.
The Gunners - beaten at home by Wigan before they were held to a frustrating goalless draw against Chelsea - head to Stoke on Saturday with something of a shortage in midfield, given Rosicky's illness and the loss of both Mikel Arteta and Theo Walcott to injury after it was confirmed Jack Wilshere would not play at all this season because of a long-standing ankle problem.
While the 20-year-old had been ruled out of featuring for England at the European Championships, there were suggestions the midfielder would instead then be part of the Great Britain Olympic squad.
However, Arsenal remain steadfast the player needs the proper rehabilitation time ahead of the 2012/2013 campaign.
Speaking about the issue recently, Wenger - who could yet also see midfielder Aaron Ramsey called up by Stuart Pearce - said: "The Olympics would be the worst idea for Jack.
"When a guy has not played for year, he needs a good and slow preparation to start the season.
"Once he is fit he can think about the national team.
"It is not that I don't want him to go to the Olympics. It is just that he has other priorities than that."
UEFA, meanwhile, confirmed Arsenal have not appealed against Wenger's touchline European ban.
Europe's governing body handed Wenger a three-game suspension and £33,000 fine for post-match comments made to and about Slovenian referee Damir Skomina following Arsenal's Champions League exit to AC Milan, which came despite a 3-0 win at Emirates Stadium in the round of 16 clash in March.
It is the third time in the space of a year Wenger had been given a touchline ban by UEFA.