Arsenal striker Theo Walcott says he wants to stay at Arsenal and win the Premier League.
According to reports from England, the Gunners will use the Englishman to sign Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling but the 26-year-old has rubbished rumours after Saturday's easy win against Aston Villa in the FA Cup.
"I missed all this last year and to be part of it this year is a dream come true," Walcott is quoted as saying by the BBC.
"My family are here and I have worked so hard, as has everyone to do this. I want to thank the manager for picking me and having faith in me and hopefully I repaid him.
"I also want to thank the physios and everyone who has looked after me. This is for them.
"The Premier League has to be the next target for us.
"That's two FA Cup wins now but this is one of the best squads we have had at Arsenal so we should be achieving more. We need to start well in the Premier League next year."