Olivier Giroud has reiterated he wants to stay at Arsenal this summer, and said he is upset by criticism from France fans.
Giroud, 30, made 29 Premier League appearances last season, only 11 of which were starts, but scored 12 goals and has been linked with a move to Marseille.
Giroud told Telefoot last weekend he had no thoughts of leaving Arsenal, and speaking to media at the France team's training camp at Clairefontaine outside Paris, he once again said his future lies with the club.
"I still have two or three years of contract with Arsenal, and once again, my future is with Arsenal for the moment," Giroud, who signed a long-term contract extension earlier this year, said.
"I feel good, I want to win the English league. But I don't know what my future is made of. I'll have to deal with the transfer window, see with the coach, but I know he counts on me, even if I have had limited playing time this season."
While Giroud has been on the fringes of the Arsenal team, he remains first-choice for his country in the continued absence of Karim Benzema.
The Real Madrid striker's omission from France's Euro 2016 squad led to some fans of Les Bleus booing and whistling Giroud, who was seen as a factor in Benzema being left out.
Giroud said the constant questioning of his worth and whether or not he deserves a place in the squad does affect him.
"To be honest with you, it's a bit tiresome, but it's a little bit the history of my career, of these last years in blue," Giroud, who is in line to win his 63rd cap in Friday's World Cup qualifier in Sweden, said.
"I'm always brought into question. Even though I consider football as forever having to start over, it's true it's a bit wearing, a bit tiresome, given all the work we have done on the pitch. But it helps me stay alert and focused on what I have to do."