Mesut Ozil could leave Arsenal and make a shock return to Real Madrid, according to reports.
The German spent 3 years with Los Blancos from 2010-2013, before joining Arsenal in a club-record £ 42.5million deal.
He added: "I am very happy to be playing for a big club like Arsenal, who have some wonderful fans who show me a lot of affection, but we will see what happens".
Furthermore, in a meeting with Marca, Ozil was specifically inquired as to whether he would be interested in playing for Madrid again - and grinned "you never know".
The Gunners creator-in-chief went on to express his admiration for Zinedine Zidane, Madrid's current manager. "I always watched him play when I was a kid and I wanted to be like him", Ozil added.
Wilshere told Sky Sports: "At the moment I am focussed on performing for Bournemouth and putting myself in a position where Arsenal want to offer me a new contract".
Of course yes. As you know, Madrid is a great club, I played with some great players, I have friends there still... I hope to win the Champions League with Arsenal, I think we have a team that can do it. Madridistas have always been very affectionate with me, and have cheered me on since day one until today.
During the interview Ozil was pushed on whether or not he missed being in Madrid. Many of them send me messages asking me to return, I still have good memories from there. "I have nothing but fond memories of my time at Madrid. I am also very happy to play in a club as big as the Arsenal".
He insists he made the right move in joining Arsene Wenger's team, saying "I don't make mistakes", and scoffing at the notion that he has regrets in choosing to move to the Premier League.