Arsenal forward Joel Campbell sees his future at the club even if he is faced with competition for his place in the starting XI.
Campbell, 23, has recently enjoyed a run in Arsene Wenger's side, making seven appearances in all competitions and scoring his first Arsenal goal in October's 3-0 win over Swansea.
The Costa Rica international, who signed for the Gunners from Saprissa in 2011, currently has no interest in a move away from Emirates Stadium.
He told IBTimes UK: "No [I didn't want to move]. I'm here at Arsenal, I am very happy. I keep fighting for my dream and I think I still have a long-term future here.
"Obviously a player always wants to play but in a team which has so many quality players like Arsenal, you need to be patient and taking the chance when it arrives."
Campbell has been given a chance in the first team following injuries suffered by Aaron Ramsey, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Asked if he feels he has done enough to keep his place in the team when those stars return, he said: "In football, you never know."
"I try to do my best and then the manager will decide who plays. I am trying to take the opportunity but then the manager has to assess how I'm doing," he said.
"I'm happy [for having played again against Tottenham] but we wanted to win. I'm still working and trying to seize the opportunities that the boss is giving me. Every opportunity is invaluable to me and I am trying to give my best."