Giroud has revealed his ambition to stay at Arsenal beyond January despite a lack of playing time.
Meanwhile, the 2017 FIFA Puskas victor (awarded to the Goal of the Year recipient) spoke on Saturday about his future with Arsenal after some raised questions about his decision to stay with the team despite the arrival of club and global teammate Alexandre Lacazette.
Olivier Giroud is adamant that he has no regrets about his decision to stay with Arsenal this season despite losing his place as Arsene Wenger's main Premier League striker to club record signing Alexandre Lacazette.
Giroud added: "I'm sure he (Wenger) was watching nearly all the games especially because Aaron was playing too".
Giroud said: "For the moment I am not questioning myself about my future". I am thinking that the story between the club and myself was not over and not finished. He trusts in me and I try to give it back on the pitch when I can. Usually I play a bit less with Arsenal but I always try to keep my efficiency high. That's most important for me.
Giroud said: "It's my 29th goal for France so I still have to score one more goal to reach Jean Pierre Papin who was one of my favourite players".
"I keep believing in my quality and I keep the faith".
Further than that, all ten of his league appearances this campaign have come as a substitute with his only top-flight goal coming in the 4-3 come-from-behind win over Leicester City in the opening game of the season.
French publication L'Equipe claim on their website that the centre back was forced to stay on the sidelines while his team mates were put through their paces ahead of the friendly match against the reigning world champions, which also leaves him as a major uncertainty for the Gunners' north London derby against Tottenham on Saturday.