Arsenal player Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has claimed to be ‘’really happy’’ being a Gunner  after all the rumours of him leaving the club.

Since joining in January 2018 the Gabon international has been prolific for the Gunners, bagged 61 goals in less than 100 games for the club.

When it was time to pass the mantle of leadership thre Gabonese became the club captain late in 2019 after former head coach Unai Emery stripped Granit Xhaka of the armband.

On the hearsays of a move away from the London club, ​Aubameyang reportedly wants a new £300,000-a-week deal. Since Arsenal aren’t certain to qualify for Europe, failure in that department would almost certainly rule out the club agreeing such terms.

Despite Aubameyang’s contribution of a huge 43% league goals this season to the Gunners, Arsenal are down in ninth place on the English Premier League table.

According to the Mirror, Aubameyang said said: “I try to always be ready, whatever happens. I am a guy who tries to be always ready.

“I love the fans here and when I was younger, I used to watch Arsenal because they had always great players, and yes they won trophies as well. So I think it’s really a pleasure to be here, I’m really happy. I think that’s the feeling.”