Alexandre Lacazette has described Arsenal as his "dream club" in the Premier League. Lacazette also said his future is not tied to the contract
Lacazette has two years remaining on his current contract and had been expected to discuss his role with Mikel Arteta but he insisted negotiations are yet to begin.
"It was a difficult season, maybe the most difficult of my career," said Lacazette. "But I know I learned a lot this season mentally and thinking more about the team than scoring goals when I had my long period without goals.
"So I noticed this season when we talk about statistics it is not the best one. But it's still only one season in my career and I know next season is going to be totally different for me.
"We didn't talk about this [his future]. Me, I'm just playing my games and finishing the season to see how it's going to be but we didn't talk about anything.
"I'm happy with my career because I played for Lyon, my club since I was a child. I played for Arsenal, my dream club in the UK. I'm still happy about my career but obviously I would love to win more trophies and this one can make me happier in my Arsenal journey."