The 30-year-old joined Inter in January but managed just one league goal, prompting him to head back to the Emirates Stadium adamant he still has much to offer
Lukas Podolski is happy to return to Arsenal and insists he still has much to offer the FA Cup winners.
The 30-year-old moved to Inter on loan in January after failing to start a single Premier League game for Arsenal, but the Serie A outfit decided against a permanent move after a return of just one Serie A goal.
Podolski has been linked with a possible move to Werder Bremen, but he denies that contact has been made and is determined to make his mark next term after a frustrating campaign.
“There’s bound to be speculation in the coming weeks, but at the moment it looks like I will be going back to London,” he told reporters.
“Things can always change, but if needs be I will remain at Arsenal next season. They are a great club and I think I can help them. I can confirm there has been no interest from Werder Bremen.
“From a sporting perspective it was certainly not the best year. But I am still young. I still very much feel like playing football. Let’s see what happens. I will not vanish from the football world.”