Mohamed Elneny has urged Besiktas to sign him on a permanent deal during this summer's transfer window.
The 27-year-old is currently on loan at the Turkish club from Arsenal having been deemed surplus to requirements by the Premier League team ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
There is allegedly an option for Besiktas to sign the Egypt international on a permanent deal this summer, and Elneny has suggested that he wants to stay with the Istanbul giants.
"Of course I am happy because I feel like I am part of the Besiktas family. Always, always, know I am glad to be here and I don't know about the future," Elneny told beIN Sports.
"Of course I don't know about the future, but if Besiktas want me they can pay my current team and I can stay. Of course I am happy to be here and I always fight to help my teammates, to help with the club, to improve and to be like I wish.
"Every time I wish we win every game. That's what we expect because we are a big club and we have big players and we have a good team."
The central midfielder, who has contributed two assists in 26 appearances for the Black and Whites this season, will see his current deal at the Emirates Stadium expire in June 2022.