It has been reported that Mesut Ozil is confident Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger can help make him a better player.
The Gunners’ club-record signing is currently recovering from a knee injury suffered at the start of October, and is not expected to feature again until early 2015.
Speaking to Esquire magazine, Ozil said: “He (Wenger) knows what he wants and I know he can bring me a step forward; he trusts me in that way and I trust him, completely.
“For a team, it (a trophy) is the biggest thing to get and we got it (last season with the FA Cup), but as a player, there are other things – being the best player in the world, other cups, the Champions League.
“For now, I am not making any plans for after my career. I am just really happy to be here.”
The 26-year-old added: “I have been in this business so long now, I have been a professional since I was 16, 17.
“I don’t care what the press thinks about me as football changes from day to day.
“You can play well one day and badly the next. I’m used to it.”