Stephan Lichtsteiner has suggested that he will bide his time before making a decision on his Arsenal future.
The Gunners signed the Switzerland international on a free transfer last summer, and the full-back has gone on to make 16 starts and four substitute outings in all competitions.
However, just five of those appearances have come since the turn of the year, leaving Lichtsteiner to weigh up his options going forward.
The 35-year-old told Neue Zurcher Zeitung: "There have been talks about a contract extension with Arsenal. We'll have to see if they suit both parties.
"Arsenal are a great club, and I'm very happy with them - but I want to play regularly with an eye towards Euro 2020. Things have been OK this season, but if the manager tells me that he won't be counting on me next season then I'll have to think about my future."
Lichtsteiner has made just eight starts for the North London outfit in the Premier League.