Emirates star is only concentrating on overhauling Old Trafford club.
Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner will make a decision on his future in North London at the end of the season.
The 23-year-old is frustrated over a lack of first-team opportunities with 11 of his 14 appearances in the Premier League coming from the bench.
The Denmark international has constantly bemoaned the fact he should be a regular in the Gunners line up but his claims have gone unanswered.
But he will leave any decision until the summer as he is fully concentrated on overhauling Manchester United’s seven point lead at the top of the table.
Arsenal have six games remaining and travel to neighbours Tottenham Hotspur tonight.
Bendtner understands why he has not had more starts this season but believes he deserves more chances.
“It is incredibly frustrating not being seen as a first-team player, but there is not much I can do about it,” Bendtner told Ekstra Bladet.
“I have proven that I am good enough to play from the start at Arsenal.
“[Robin] van Persie is ahead of me at the moment and there is nothing to say about that because he has scored 16 goals since New Year.”
“After this season I will decide on my future, but not before.”