Arsenal left-back Bacary Sagna revealed that he has already held talks with management at the Emirates about his contract that is due to expire at the end of the 2013/14 season, but revealed that going elsewhere in January still remains as an option.
"I've still got six months on my contract with Arsenal. We are in negotiations. It's an option to go somewhere in January but I always had a good relationship with Arsenal," Sagna told The Mirror.
The 30-year-old was a witness to the departure of top-class players like Cesc Fabregas, Robin van Persie, and Samir Nasri in the past few years due to absence of silverwares, but is, nevertheless, optimistic that something special could happen in this year's campaign.
"I was upset, angry when players left.. If we had them today, it would make a massive difference. Since 2007, a very competitive team left. I would love to win trophies with this club, it's a club I love so much but something is missing," he added.
"I've been playing there for seven years and i hope we will end up on something good. First of all I want to finish champion because we have got a good opportunity to do it this year and after we will see."
Meanwhile, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes that an offer of £70,000 in weekly wages for two years could convince the French international to stay.