Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski admits moving to Internazionale in January was a mistake but insists that he is now looking forward to the next campaign at the Emirates.
The 30-year-old struggled to settle down in Roberto Mancini's squad, scoring only one goal in the Serie A after joining the club on loan in the January transfer window.
He is a target for Galatasaray according to reports with Everton also showing interest.
"I've always felt comfortable there," Podolski told Bild.
"With the fans, with the team and also with the manager.
"I'm going back to play, I have to say my qualities suit Arsenal.
"Internazionale? Last season went how it went. English football is the one which best suits my style, but I know how suddenly everything can change.
"I have characteristics to help different teams, but it was a mistake to go to Inter with no redemption clauses.
"In football there are times when everything doesn't work out for the best. You're not always playing as a starter, and you just have to accept the decisions and work on your own game.
"That's what I did, but now I'm looking forward."