Chu-Young quashes Rangers talk
Arsenal striker Park Chu-Young has played down speculation linking him with a move away from the Emirates Stadium.
QPR were rumoured to be targeting the 26-year-old after they revealed plans to sign a South Korean international, but the identity of that player has now been confirmed as Park Ji-Sung of Manchester United.
However, it's fair to say that nobody would be shocked if the Gunners were to sell the forward as he has been very much a peripheral figure at the club since moving from Monaco last August.
Chu-Young made just six appearances for Arsenal last season, with only one of them coming in the Premier League while he netted just one goal.
When quizzed on the rumours about his future, he told reporters that his only focus at the moment was on performing well for his country at the London Olympics, although he denied talk of a move across London.
He said: "There's no progress. There's no offer so I have nothing to consider.
"If an offer comes, then I'll consider it. Right now, I don't want to think about Arsenal."
He also had offered words of encouragement for his international team-mate Ji-Sung ahead of his switch to Loftus Road from United.
Chu-Young added: "I didn't know about it, it's Ji-Sung's decision. I believe he'll play well there too."