Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has admitted he could be forced to seek a move away from the club if he isn't granted guaranteed first-team football.
The Denmark international is desperate to become Arsene Wenger's number one choice in attack, but with Marouane Chamakh currently filling the role, he suggests he may start looking elsewhere.
But he suggests it would take a lot to leave the Gunners, who he rates as his 'dream club'.
"It is quite clear that my priority is to play football fast," he said.
"I know what I want and, if it doesn't happen at Arsenal, then I will move away from the club – so I'm guaranteed to have the whole remainder of my career playing, wherever I am. I want to play solid.
"I am not even across all the rumours because I am an Arsenal player and appreciate the club very much.
"I hope I can be here for a long time yet. For me, Arsenal, right now, are a dream club."