The Belgium international has made only six appearances for Arsene Wenger's side this season but is adamant that he is not looking to leave the club
The 27-year-old was handed his first Premier League start of the season in the club’s defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Vermaelen’s selection was due to Per Mertesacker’s illness, otherwise the Germany international was set to start alongside his regular centre-back partner Laurent Koscielny.
Despite making only six appearances for Arsenal this season, the Belgium international maintains reports suggesting he is unhappy in north London are not accurate.
“Yes. At the moment there is no story. I’m not talking about it,” Vermaelen told Evening Standard.
“It’s now November but any moment things can happen. If they do, I’m ready and I’m not thinking about anything else.
“I can keep talking about my situation. I’ve done that with the national team and I keep on reading stories that I want to leave. But that’s not the case.
“I’m still focused on the team at the moment and that’s what I want to do. I’m always positive.
“What I have said is that it is not about my situation but what the team do and I’m really happy that we’re top of the league. Personally I’m still confident I can play for this club and every chance I get I will do a job for this club.”