Germany’s "Player of the Year", Mesut Ozil has told the German newspaper DFB that he is very happy in London and he would like to stay at Arsenal for many more years. Ozil has been named the best player in Germany for the fifth time in last six years. Former Real Madrid and Werder Bremen player took more than 50 percent of 316,850 votes to overtake Toni Kross, who received almost 35 percent of votes.

Ozil named the Germany's POTY

Arsenal is desperate to keep magician playermaker at the Emirates Stadium. Ozil has only 18 months remaining of his Arsenal contract and he hasn’t signed a new deal yet.

Despite the interest from huge clubs like Real Madrid, Bayern Monachium, Paris Saint-Germain or even FC Barcelona, Ozil is happy in the Premier League and he thinks that he had finally found his place in England, since arriving from Real Madrid in summer transfer window in 2013.

“First of all I’m very happy to received this award once again, it is always a huge honour to be named the best player in such a great country. I’m very proud of myself. I’ve arrived in the Premier League last season, because it was the first year that I’ve remained injury-free for the most time of the season. I feel very comfortable in London, Arsenal is a club with great history and many great players represent this organisation.” – Ozil said.

“I have changed few things in my game this season, for example I take more shots, so obviously I score more goals, but I need to work on my assists more now. I also decided to change my diet and training, so now I can regenerate faster.” – he added.

Arsenal back on track

Arsenal advanced on the third place in the Premier League table after great performance against Swansea City.

The Gunners picked up easy three points in Wales after demolishing The Swans 4-0. Both strikers, Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud are taking advantage of their good form, as they scored a goal at the Liberty Stadium.

According to the reports in England, Arsenal will offer their manager a new, two year deal. Arsene Wenger works as Arsenal manager for twenty years and huge group of the supporters think, that his time in the North London has come to an end.

Will it be the right move to release the man, who is the definition of this club? Is it time to finally change something at the Emirates Stadium and start hunting for the new manager? We will see in the nearest future!