Gunners back in for MbokaniDieumerci Mbokani says he could quit current club Dynamo Kiev amid reports Arsenal are preparing a January bid for the striker.
The Gunners, along with Sunderland, were thought to be interested in the DR Congo international during the summer but lost out in the race for his signature to Dynamo.
The 27-year-old has made nine appearances and scored five times for his new club since his big-money move from Anderlecht but has revealed he isn't entirely happy in the Ukraine.
Mbokani says he is fed up with the rotation policy of coach Oleg Blokhin and claims he isn't afraid to walk away from Dynamo if things don't improve.
"I am here to play football, if it does not change I will ask to be transferred away from here, there was a big club in England after me," he said.
"I do not have any regrets [about signing] but I will go at the end of the season if things don't change."
Arsenal are keen to bring in cover for frontman Olivier Giroud and have set their sights on signing a striker in the new year, with Chelsea's Demba Ba still thought to be in Arsene Wenger's thoughts.
The Frenchman could switch targets following Mbokani's outburst, although Dynamo's asking price might prove to be too much for the Gunners.