Mesut Ozil is only focusing on giving 100% for Arsenal.

Ozil’s future at the club has been a constant subject of speculation due to his contract situation.

He has been linked with a move away from Arsenal in January in a last-ditch attempt to get some money for him, with Manchester United mentioned as a potential destination.

However, the 29-year-old insists he is happy at Arsenal and is concentrating on doing his best for the club.

“I’m happy here, and I do my job to 100 per cent as I always have. I give everything and leave it all on the pitch for the team,” he said, as reported by the Daily Star.

“The most important thing is football. I want to give everything, 100 per cent for this club.

“It’s important for me to give my all and enjoy playing as well. Whatever else happens, we will see in the future.”

Ozil returned to the first team after a few weeks out with a knee injury.

After receiving harsh criticism for his role in Arsenal’s 2-1 defeat at Watford, he put in an excellent performance in the 5-2 win over Everton.

He scored Arsenal’s second goal of the game, and set-up Alexandre Lacazette for the third.

His role in the team has subtly changed since the shift from a 4-2-3-1 to a 3-4-3.

He was previously the no. 10 in the side, but now finds himself more on the right hand side of the attack.

The German has acknowledged the difference, but believes he can continue showing his quality.

“I know myself better than anyone else and I’m someone who needs to have fun on the pitch,” he said.

“Everyone knows my favourite position is the playmaker, the No 10, at the moment the coach plays me on the right and it’s a thing I need to accept and to show my quality in that position.

“We have lots of quality in this team as we have shown. It’s important to be consistent if we want to be successful.

“We know we have the quality, we just have to give our all and believe in ourselves. If we can do that I’m convinced we can win trophies.”

Ozil has just the single goal and assist this season and will be under the spotlight again when Arsenal play Manchester City and Tottenham in November.