Arsenal are not searching for a new shirt sponsor amid reports their deal with Emirates was coming to an end.
The Gunners have been sponsored by the airline since 2006, when they moved to their new home from Highbury.
Their current kit deal has two years left to run while the stadium naming rights is in place until 2028.
There had been reports that those two deals would be separated , with Emirates only wanting to continue the stadium deal.
But Arsenal have insisted that is not the case and the partnership could continue past 2019.
An Arsenal spokesman told the Mirror: “We are not in the market to look for a new shirt sponsor.
“Emirates are happy with their partnership with us and their broader relationships in football.”
Emirates added: “As a long-standing supporter of football, we are passionate about the game and are a proud partner to the team.”
Arsenal’s existing kit deal is worth around £30million-a-year, which falls short compared to their Premier League rivals.
Manchester United’s partnership with Chevrolet dwarfs the Gunners at £53million, while Chelsea are also ahead of their London rivals.