Arsenal are not interested in signing Paris Saint-Germain's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, at least for the moment, manager Arsene Wenger said.
The 34-year-old will be a free agent at the end of the season and a move to the English Premier League is a possibility.
But the Frenchman ruled out a possible move to the Emirates and he insists the focus is on today's game against Everton.
"At the moment, no, we are not on that case," Wenger said.
"We have other worries at the moment. It's short-term. Even at 34, he's had a great season at PSG. You can understand my priority ahead of Everton is not the transfer market or signings next season.
"I'm just surprised by the name you've thrown at me. We're not thinking of signing anybody at the moment.
"I would say [at the moment] we have to go step by step.
"Let's get back to winning habits first, that starts tomorrow ... if we win tomorrow, we'll see. That's our target.
"But at the moment, the only way to achieve something special is first to be realistic and humble enough to deal first with Everton.
"Things will change until the end of the season, that's for sure. We have to take care of our own destiny, and that's by producing the performances we expect from ourselves.
"It's very tight, but I believe the Premier League is far from over.
"We are in a position where we hope for the best. I agree that a negative result would be very bad for us, but we focus on a positive result. We know now is the time for us to produce the result we want.
"We also have to look behind us because things can change very quickly. We want to move forward, but I'm conscious that our position is not secure, even where we are."