The German midfielder, who also defended his poor body language on the pitch in recent matches, has been the subject of much speculation, with reports suggesting the 28-year-old, whose contract runs out in less than 15 months, is refusing to sign a new deal of around £250,000 per week.
Arsenal are sixth in the league, seven points behind fourth-placed Manchester City, who have played a game more.
"At this stage I'm not important, what's important is the club," Ozil said. "We've still got a lot to aim for this season, to try and finish in the top four.
It would be wrong to think about anything other than the football and then we can talk again at the end of the season.
Manager Arsene Wenger is out of contract at the end of the season and calls for Frenchman to end his 20-year reign at the club grew louder after they suffered their fifth loss in eight league games at Crystal Palace on Monday.
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