The 30-year-old made just 11 Premier League starts for the Gunners last season and looks likely to face even greater competition for a starting spot next term following the club-record arrival of Alexandre Lacazette.
However, speaking after scoring the opening goal in Arsenal's 3-1 pre-season win over Western Sydney Wanderers today, Giroud remained tight-lipped on what the future holds.
"I told you no questions about my future. I'm still an Arsenal player for the moment and I want to prepare well for the season. That's the most important thing," he told reporters.
Giroud scored 16 goals for Arsenal across all competitions last season.