Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil believes he made the right decision to move from Real Madrid to the Emirates Stadium and he is not in a rush to extend his stay at London.
The 27-year-old move to Arsenal in 2013 following a club record fee of £42.5m and has helped the North Londoners to win back-to-back FA Cup trophies and a Community Shield.
Mesut Ozil’s contributions in Arsene Wenger’s set up have been exceptional this season with 15 assist and four goals in 22 outings to his name in all competitions.
The German international who has 30 months left on his current contract at Arsenal is not in a haste to pen a new deal with the Gunners.
”I can only say that I am very happy in London and that my decision to come here from Real Madrid was the right one. There is not a single day, apart from when I was injured, that I have not felt great at Arsenal.”
“My contract runs until 2018, that is for another two and a half years, there is no need to hurry. There are no talks at the moment,” he told Kicker.
Mesut Ozil’s assist in games was very key in Arsenal’s 2-1 win over Man City at the Emirates Stadium on Monday night as his two final passes urged Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud to seal a convincing victory for Arsenal.
The German, however, is in pole position to break Thierry Henry’s 20 Premier League assist record if he continues such splendid performance.