Following limited starting opportunities this term, the Swiss defender is becoming frustrated with life in north London and concedes that he may have to move elsewhereArsenal centre-back Johan Djourou is considering leaving the club this summer, following a frustrating campaign with the Gunners.
The Swiss defender was restricted to only 14 Premier League starts this season, some of which were at right-back rather than his more preferred central role.
The 25-year-old recently signed a contract extension, tying him down at the Emirates until 2015, meaning he may have to look for a loan move in order to secure regular first team football.
Djourou is keen to find a way out, with the likes of Thomas Vermaelen, Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker all ahead of him in the pecking order.
"My situation at Arsenal is not easy," Djourou told Swiss website 20 Minuten. "I've never played so little and especially not in my own position. If an interesting offer comes, I'll look at it carefully."
The defender's concerns have been raised by recent comments from Swiss national boss Ottmar Hitzfeld regarding his future in the national team setup.
"If he wants to be selected, he must have some game time in the club. This is not the case at Arsenal," Hitzfeld told reporters.