BVB Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has once again reiterated his commitment to the club, amid continued links to Arsenal.
The 26-year-old was named the 2015 African Player of the Year last week and already ruled out a move to the Gunners after the ceremony in Nigeria last Thursday.
"Let me say this first: I am not going to Arsenal," he told ESPNFC. "Dortmund is my club and I am not leaving soon."
Now back with Dortmund on their mid-season training camp in Dubai, Aubameyang reaffirmed his desire to stay at the Westfalenstadion.
"In football, nothing is written in stone. But my contract runs through to 2020. That's a fact," he told German publication Sport Bild.
"I feel just great here, and want to achieve a lot of things with BVB and win titles. That's a fact, too. That's why I made this statement. I am here, and nowhere else.
"I am not at Arsenal, not at Barcelona and not on the moon, you can see that.
"When you score a lot of Bundesliga goals at such a big club there will always be rumours and enquires, but I don't busy myself with that."