The Bosnia international has suggested that he could be tempted by a move away from the Etihad at the end of the season, but he is concentrating on winning the FA Cup first
The 27-year-old was coy on speculation linking him with a move away from the Etihad Stadium, with his role this season having been reduced to that of impact substitute.
The Bosnian, who is City's top scorer in the league despite starting just 15 times, revealed to reporters he was unsure of where he will be plying his trade next year, saying: "We will see. Everything is open."
City faces Wigan in the FA Cup final on Saturday, and Dzeko could miss out on a starting berth at Wembley for a second time, after being an unused substitute when City beat Stoke two years ago.
Dzeko is keen to add to his 14 goals this season, and is itching to play, but knows that City's entire squad feels the same way and believes that lifting the cup is more important than personal glory.
He said: "That's my job to score goals, if I come on after 60 minutes or if I start.
"Everyone is hoping, everyone wants to play. I don't know. I don't think about that but I think that's not important. It's important to win it.
"It means a lot to the club, to the fans, to us players, to everyone.
"I think it is important just to win it. I'm not sure about scoring the winner but I am dreaming of playing and winning the title."