French defender Laurent Koscielny had a day to forget, as he conceded a penalty in the North London derby.

The 31-year-old has been in top form this season, and has helped the Gunners to start the season strongly.

The French international has been speaking to French website Telefoot (via Le10 Sport), and was asked about his future at the Emirates.

Koscielny insists he is content at Arsenal, and the club are also happy with his performances so there is no reason to part ways yet.

He said: ”My future? I work really well at the club, and they are also happy with my work so I don’t see why there would be a reason to leave. Desire to travel? It is always possible, but at the moment I haven’t bought a plane ticket.”

The Frenchman was linked with a move to Bayern Munich a few weeks ago, but those rumours have disappeared now, and it always seemed unlikely Koscielny would want to go and be back-up.

It’s got to be considered unlikely Arsenal would consider a sale in the near future, and with Koscielny coming into the winter of his career, any future travel would likely be to round his football off.

The Frenchman has been a key player for Arsene Wenger, and that’s unlikely to change with no real threat to his position in the starting XI.