The Dane has failed to command a regular first-team place at the Emirates Stadium and has been strongly linked with a move to German giants Bayern Munich.
“If I’m still happy then I stay, otherwise we must see what will happen,” he is quoted by the Daily Star.
“I mean that I’m good enough to be in the line-up.
“I will play this season to the end as an Arsenal player and then make a decision on my status in the summer.”
“I believe I’m worth what is coming my way. I pay a big price with my body, my time and with never being able to have privacy when I am out,” continued the Gunners striker.
“I don’t complain about that. It’s a part of being a professional footballer but it’s definitely a price to pay.
“Again, I am not complaining but I love to go on a skiing holiday but as long as I have my career I can’t do that because of the risk of injury.”